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Aroids in Art

I went to an art fair over the weekend and found a woman using 
Arisaema in her art.  Check out:  http://www.vermontbotanical.com

The plants were dried at very high heat, then freeze-dried, a 
process that holds the color true.  She has a "thing" for fiddleheads 
of ferns and incorporated them into almost of her Arisaema art 
which was a bit irritating to see (botanically incorrect) but, hey, it's 
art, and she's the artist, and the work is interesting.

Has anyone else ever seen dried plants (aroids) or know of a 
process that holds true natural colors intact?


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