1⁄35Pine Trees made easy
Step Three: Take the mixture of glycerin/water, (assuming that you’ve read the instructions on the bottle on how much of the stuff you have to mix with water), and spray (I used an ordinary spray bottle that is used to water plants; the one with the pump action. You could also use a small bowl to place the mixture in) a good amount on all the ferns. This will preserve the ferns as it is and prevent it from discoloration and from withering. After 9 years my ferns still look the same just after one good spray. Not bad uh? Make sure you spray the fern entirely so there is no surface left uncovered, then leave to dry for an hour or so. On second thoughts, leave some areas uncovered just so when it does discolor, like some of mine, it will break up the monotony of the colors, making it stand out even better.
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