Drying Fresh Mistletoe

Mistletoe is an evergreen parasitic plant that grows on a wide variety of trees. If you are unlucky or lucky enough to have some in your yard, you can harvest it and make your own dried mistletoe bunches for the holidays. This is a guide about drying fresh mistletoe.

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Question: Preserving Mistletoe and Magnolia Leaves for Christmas Wreaths

By Dana Regalado 1

I need info on preserving mistletoe and magnolia leaves for making wreaths and other Christmas items.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 14, 2008

I was told by a lot of people to dip the base of them in glycerin.

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Question: Making a Magnolia Leaf Wreath

I am making a large magnolia leaf wreath. Is there a spray sealant I can use to put on the leaves to keep them from turning brown? The wreath will be hung up high in the church's sanctuary all through Advent.

By Agnes B

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By Karen H. 10 140 Flag

November 30, 2011

Go To MarthaStewart.com or FaveCrafts.com They Both Have Everything you need to know! Have Fun Crafting & Happy Holidays! : )

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Question: Drying Fresh Mistletoe

By whit 1

I would like to know how to preserve mistletoe.

By Whit from Anniston, AL

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