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Choose cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger or orange for a warm spicy blend.Seal your potpourri mixture in a jar, allowing it to mellow for ten days. To properly blend the ingredients, shake the jar lightly every couple of days.Add it to the stuffing of pillows or hang it in pomanders in your closet. Small sachets can be used in any drawer or as thoughtful little gifts for friends and loved ones. The birthplace of the cultivated Rose was probably Northern Persia, on the Caspian, or Faristan on the Gulf of Persia. Thence it spread across Mesopotamia to Palestine and across Asia Minor to Greece. And thus it was that Greek colonists brought it to Southern Italy. It is beyond doubt that the Roses used in ancient days were cultivated varieties.Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\nAlso known as - Rosa spp (centifolia, gallica, and damascena are the most common varieties), Provence Rose, French Rose, Cabbage Rose, Red Rose, and Pink Rose. A true favorite potpourri aroma for any woman or even man. People simply adore our organic certified roses as they are sealed and stored in climate controlled and light controlled rooms for only the highest quality and freshness around. The rose has been valued for its beauty and its perfume for thousands of years. Because rose oil deteriorates rapidly with exposure to sun and wind, the content is highest on the first morning when the flower opens. Rose petals picked for distillation are picked manually, day by day, at or just before sunrise. Precautions - Avoid taking rose oil internally if you have gallstones. Potpourri and perfume do not present a problem. Bulk Organic And Packed All Natural, In Stock And Ready To Ship In Our Flavor Savor Containers! Florida Herb House guarantees the highest quality herbs and spices always or your money back!! - Analyzed for quality, safety and true botanical identity by the best in quality control! OTHER METHODS FOR ROSE POT-POURRI All varieties of both R. gallica and R. centifolia are used in the making of potpourri, the dried petals of all scented roses being valuable for the purpose as they retain their scent for a considerable time. Nearly every fragrant flower and scented leaf can be used as an ingredient of potpourri, blending with suitable spices to give charm to this favorite, old-fashioned sweet mixture, which in winter recalls so delightfully the vanished summer days. It must be understood that rose-petals should preponderate, and that the other component parts ought to be added in such proportions that the scent of one cannot kill the perfume of another. There are two principal methods of making potpourri, the dry and the moist. For the dry kind, the bulk of the rose petals is fully dried and everything else - Sweet Geranium and Sweet Verbena leaves, Bay leaves and Lavender is also dried. The best way of drying is to spread out on sheets of paper in an airy room. Anything of lasting scent, such as cedar or sandalwood sawdust, or shavings, can be added. When all is ready, the spices and sweet gums, all in powder, are put together and the whole is thoroughly mixed. For two-thirds of a bushel of dried petals and leaves, the spice mixture is 2 OZ. each of Cloves, Mace and Cinnamon, 1\/2 OZ. each of Coriander, Allspice, Gum Storax and Gum Benzoin, and 4 OZ. Violet Powder. The moist method of preparation takes more time and needs greater care. The rose leaves are not fully, but only partly dried, so that they lose a good half of their bulk and acquire a kind of tough, leathery consistency. To preserve them and to maintain them in this state, a certain proportion of salt is added. The salt is a mixture of half Bay salt and half common salt. Bay Salt is sold in lumps, these are roughly pounded, so that some of it is quite small and the larger pieces are about the size of a small hazel nut, and then mixed with the common salt. The roses must be absolutely dry when picked. The petals are stripped off and carefully separated and laid out to partially dry. The length of time depends on the temperature and atmospheric conditions, but they are usually ready the second day after picking. Large jars of glazed earthenware should be employed for storing the rose leaves, the most convenient being cylindrical, with lids of the same glazed ware and with flat leaded disks (supplied with handles), for pressing down the contents. Put two good handfuls of the rose leaves in at a time and press them down with the handled rammer. Then sprinkle a small handful of the salt mixture, then more rose leaves and so on. Then weight down till the next batch is put in. Besides rose leaves, the other chief ingredient is leaves of the Sweet Geranium, torn into shreds, dried like the Roses and put into the jars in the same way, rammed, salted and pressed. Bay leaves, Sweet Verbena and Lavender are all of a drier nature and can be put into the jars and salted just as they are. When all is ready, the contents of the preparation jars are taken out and broken up small; the mass, especially of the rose-petals, will come out in thick flakes, closely compacted. It is then mixed with the spices and sweet powders. If the freshly made mixture be rammed rather tightly into a jar or wooden barrel and left for six months, or better still for a year, the quality is much improved by being thus matured. 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Choose sandalwood, bergamot or grapefruit for a citrus blend. Choose ylang ylang, cedarwood or lemon for a citrus blend with lovely floral notes. Choose cedarwood, juniper or pine for wonderful Christmas and holiday notes. Choose cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger or orange for a warm spicy blend.Seal your potpourri mixture in a jar, allowing it to mellow for ten days. To properly blend the ingredients, shake the jar lightly every couple of days.Add it to the stuffing of pillows or hang it in pomanders in your closet. Small sachets can be used in any drawer or as thoughtful little gifts for friends and loved ones. The birthplace of the cultivated Rose was probably Northern Persia, on the Caspian, or Faristan on the Gulf of Persia. Thence it spread across Mesopotamia to Palestine and across Asia Minor to Greece. And thus it was that Greek colonists brought it to Southern Italy. It is beyond doubt that the Roses used in ancient days were cultivated varieties.Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\nAlso known as - Rosa spp (centifolia, gallica, and damascena are the most common varieties), Provence Rose, French Rose, Cabbage Rose, Red Rose, and Pink Rose. A true favorite potpourri aroma for any woman or even man. People simply adore our organic certified roses as they are sealed and stored in climate controlled and light controlled rooms for only the highest quality and freshness around. The rose has been valued for its beauty and its perfume for thousands of years. Because rose oil deteriorates rapidly with exposure to sun and wind, the content is highest on the first morning when the flower opens. Rose petals picked for distillation are picked manually, day by day, at or just before sunrise. Precautions - Avoid taking rose oil internally if you have gallstones. Potpourri and perfume do not present a problem. Bulk Organic And Packed All Natural, In Stock And Ready To Ship In Our Flavor Savor Containers! Florida Herb House guarantees the highest quality herbs and spices always or your money back!! - Analyzed for quality, safety and true botanical identity by the best in quality control! OTHER METHODS FOR ROSE POT-POURRI All varieties of both R. gallica and R. centifolia are used in the making of potpourri, the dried petals of all scented roses being valuable for the purpose as they retain their scent for a considerable time. Nearly every fragrant flower and scented leaf can be used as an ingredient of potpourri, blending with suitable spices to give charm to this favorite, old-fashioned sweet mixture, which in winter recalls so delightfully the vanished summer days. It must be understood that rose-petals should preponderate, and that the other component parts ought to be added in such proportions that the scent of one cannot kill the perfume of another. There are two principal methods of making potpourri, the dry and the moist. For the dry kind, the bulk of the rose petals is fully dried and everything else - Sweet Geranium and Sweet Verbena leaves, Bay leaves and Lavender is also dried. The best way of drying is to spread out on sheets of paper in an airy room. Anything of lasting scent, such as cedar or sandalwood sawdust, or shavings, can be added. When all is ready, the spices and sweet gums, all in powder, are put together and the whole is thoroughly mixed. For two-thirds of a bushel of dried petals and leaves, the spice mixture is 2 OZ. each of Cloves, Mace and Cinnamon, 1\/2 OZ. each of Coriander, Allspice, Gum Storax and Gum Benzoin, and 4 OZ. Violet Powder. The moist method of preparation takes more time and needs greater care. The rose leaves are not fully, but only partly dried, so that they lose a good half of their bulk and acquire a kind of tough, leathery consistency. To preserve them and to maintain them in this state, a certain proportion of salt is added. The salt is a mixture of half Bay salt and half common salt. Bay Salt is sold in lumps, these are roughly pounded, so that some of it is quite small and the larger pieces are about the size of a small hazel nut, and then mixed with the common salt. The roses must be absolutely dry when picked. The petals are stripped off and carefully separated and laid out to partially dry. The length of time depends on the temperature and atmospheric conditions, but they are usually ready the second day after picking. Large jars of glazed earthenware should be employed for storing the rose leaves, the most convenient being cylindrical, with lids of the same glazed ware and with flat leaded disks (supplied with handles), for pressing down the contents. Put two good handfuls of the rose leaves in at a time and press them down with the handled rammer. Then sprinkle a small handful of the salt mixture, then more rose leaves and so on. Then weight down till the next batch is put in. Besides rose leaves, the other chief ingredient is leaves of the Sweet Geranium, torn into shreds, dried like the Roses and put into the jars in the same way, rammed, salted and pressed. Bay leaves, Sweet Verbena and Lavender are all of a drier nature and can be put into the jars and salted just as they are. When all is ready, the contents of the preparation jars are taken out and broken up small; the mass, especially of the rose-petals, will come out in thick flakes, closely compacted. It is then mixed with the spices and sweet powders. If the freshly made mixture be rammed rather tightly into a jar or wooden barrel and left for six months, or better still for a year, the quality is much improved by being thus matured. 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Pink Rose Petals - Bulk Organic

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We have the finest smelling pink rose petals around. These rose petals are perfect for potpourri, weddings, or any gala event! Try this recipe with our organic harvested pink rose petals to make the most amazing scented potpourri ever! For each quart of our Florida Herb House organic rose petals, add one tablespoon fixative. Our dried lavender flowers work perfect as a fixative. Next, add your favorite complementary spice. Cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, dried orange or lemon peel and vanilla beans all make excellent choices.Now add 10-20 drops of our pure essential oils to create the aroma of your choice. Choose sandalwood, bergamot or grapefruit for a citrus blend. Choose ylang ylang, cedarwood or lemon for a citrus blend with lovely floral notes. Choose cedarwood, juniper or pine for wonderful Christmas and holiday notes. Choose cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger or orange for a warm spicy blend.Seal your potpourri mixture in a jar, allowing it to mellow for ten days. To properly blend the ingredients, shake the jar lightly every couple of days.Add it to the stuffing of pillows or hang it in pomanders in your closet. Small sachets can be used in any drawer or as thoughtful little gifts for friends and loved ones. The birthplace of the cultivated Rose was probably Northern Persia, on the Caspian, or Faristan on the Gulf of Persia. Thence it spread across Mesopotamia to Palestine and across Asia Minor to Greece. And thus it was that Greek colonists brought it to Southern Italy. It is beyond doubt that the Roses used in ancient days were cultivated varieties.Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round! Also known as - Rosa spp (centifolia, gallica, and damascena are the most common varieties), Provence Rose, French Rose, Cabbage Rose, Red Rose, and Pink Rose. A true favorite potpourri aroma for any woman or even man. People simply adore our organic certified roses as they are sealed and stored in climate controlled and light controlled rooms for only the highest quality and freshness around. The rose has been valued for its beauty and its perfume for thousands of years. Because rose oil deteriorates rapidly with exposure to sun and wind, the content is highest on the first morning when the flower opens. Rose petals picked for distillation are picked manually, day by day, at or just before sunrise. Precautions - Avoid taking rose oil internally if you have gallstones. Potpourri and perfume do not present a problem. Bulk Organic And Packed All Natural, In Stock And Ready To Ship In Our Flavor Savor Containers! Florida Herb House guarantees the highest quality herbs and spices always or your money back!! - Analyzed for quality, safety and true botanical identity by the best in quality control! OTHER METHODS FOR ROSE POT-POURRI All varieties of both R. gallica and R. centifolia are used in the making of potpourri, the dried petals of all scented roses being valuable for the purpose as they retain their scent for a considerable time. Nearly every fragrant flower and scented leaf can be used as an ingredient of potpourri, blending with suitable spices to give charm to this favorite, old-fashioned sweet mixture, which in winter recalls so delightfully the vanished summer days. It must be understood that rose-petals should preponderate, and that the other component parts ought to be added in such proportions that the scent of one cannot kill the perfume of another. There are two principal methods of making potpourri, the dry and the moist. For the dry kind, the bulk of the rose petals is fully dried and everything else - Sweet Geranium and Sweet Verbena leaves, Bay leaves and Lavender is also dried. The best way of drying is to spread out on sheets of paper in an airy room. Anything of lasting scent, such as cedar or sandalwood sawdust, or shavings, can be added. When all is ready, the spices and sweet gums, all in powder, are put together and the whole is thoroughly mixed. For two-thirds of a bushel of dried petals and leaves, the spice mixture is 2 OZ. each of Cloves, Mace and Cinnamon, 1/2 OZ. each of Coriander, Allspice, Gum Storax and Gum Benzoin, and 4 OZ. Violet Powder. The moist method of preparation takes more time and needs greater care. The rose leaves are not fully, but only partly dried, so that they lose a good half of their bulk and acquire a kind of tough, leathery consistency. To preserve them and to maintain them in this state, a certain proportion of salt is added. The salt is a mixture of half Bay salt and half common salt. Bay Salt is sold in lumps, these are roughly pounded, so that some of it is quite small and the larger pieces are about the size of a small hazel nut, and then mixed with the common salt. The roses must be absolutely dry when picked. The petals are stripped off and carefully separated and laid out to partially dry. The length of time depends on the temperature and atmospheric conditions, but they are usually ready the second day after picking. Large jars of glazed earthenware should be employed for storing the rose leaves, the most convenient being cylindrical, with lids of the same glazed ware and with flat leaded disks (supplied with handles), for pressing down the contents. Put two good handfuls of the rose leaves in at a time and press them down with the handled rammer. Then sprinkle a small handful of the salt mixture, then more rose leaves and so on. Then weight down till the next batch is put in. Besides rose leaves, the other chief ingredient is leaves of the Sweet Geranium, torn into shreds, dried like the Roses and put into the jars in the same way, rammed, salted and pressed. Bay leaves, Sweet Verbena and Lavender are all of a drier nature and can be put into the jars and salted just as they are. When all is ready, the contents of the preparation jars are taken out and broken up small; the mass, especially of the rose-petals, will come out in thick flakes, closely compacted. It is then mixed with the spices and sweet powders. If the freshly made mixture be rammed rather tightly into a jar or wooden barrel and left for six months, or better still for a year, the quality is much improved by being thus matured. Recent Searches: rose petals for weddingsrose petals for salesilk rose petals in bulkwholesale rose petalscheap rose petalswhere to buy rose petalsred rose petalswedding rose petalsdried rose petalsbuy rose petalsfreeze dried rose petalsrose petals bulkwhere to get rose petalsrose petals in bulkfreeze dried rose petals cheapwhere can you buy rose petalspink rose petalsbulk rose petals wholesalebuying rose petalsdried rose petals bulkdrying rose petalswholesale freeze dried rose petalsbath rose petalsrose petals