How Joanna Gaines enjoys her summer blooms long into fall |

This point of the calendar often feels bittersweet – not least because the transition to fall means the end of our favorite summer blooms. However, as Joanna Gaines reminds us, there is a way to preserve some seasonal flora – and it involves a technique that’s already centuries-old. 

In a recent video, Joanna shared a rustic glass filled with dried helichrysum cuts. ‘[I’m] bottling up summer the best I know how,’ Joanna says. ‘Dry or press your garden beauties before you bottle them up.’

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