The Victorian method of drying flowers was to use silver sand. Silver sand is simply any fine sand that has been cleaned of impurity by rinsing and sifting. Flowers dried in sand retain more color and can be more lifelike than flowers dried in air, and sand drying is particularly good for flowers with many petals and layers. Regardless of drying method, the ability to store a memory remains the same.

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