This week we have been busy gathering black eyed susan flowers . I am attempting to dry them out and turn them into a beautiful bouquet or unique stems to accent a dried flower centerpiece. They are so bright and cheery when they are fresh. They apparently keep as a cut flower for at least 6-10 days. That's sounds great, but I'm not sure about the drying results. They turned out a little haggard in my opinion. Any advice? This is all new to us so I would love any tips or tricks. Please comment below. The links in this post may be affiliate links and products are often received for review purposes. Read the full disclosure.