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    Hello,I'm a new bunny owner, waiting on the birth of a pair of Belgian Hares. I'm experimenting with drying out some of the plants growing in the garden so I can mix it with their hay. Is there a way of drying out dandelion flowers without forcing them to go to seed. Mine all seemed to dry out beautifully only to go to seed several days later. Thanks

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    Stick them on a tray in the oven (lowest heat you can) for a couple hours until completely dry.

    Or get a dehydrator.

    Never had them go to seed yet, but I rarely pick as prefer to leave them as an emergency source of food for bee's.

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