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Sunday, March 16, 2003
Subject: drying cat-o-nine tails
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At least I think that's what they are called. The long, velvety end plant that usually grows in a marshy area. I know that if they are brought in and warmed they have a tendency to burst. I need some for an arrangement in June and I have found a large patch of them near my office. Is it possible to dry them by June, and if so, how do I do it. Thanks
(new to this drying thing)


Tuesday, March 18, 2003
RE: drying cat-o-nine tails
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On page 3 of this forum is a thread entitled 'cattails' which you will find helpfull.

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