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This beautiful centerpiece of greens, roses and dried pomegranites is one you could easily put together as long as you know how to dry pomegranites at home. Pomegranates add sophistication and style to your floral arrangements. Garlands, wreaths or door swags with pomegranates also makes a stunning decorations. When you are using pomegranites for decorating select pomegranates by color, size and general appearance. Enhance their color and texture by polishing them by applying a light coat of cooking oil to the surface. Remove excess with a paper towel, then buff the surface until it shines. Dried whole pomegranates will last for months and can make beautiful year-round decorations. Choose fruit that does not have any cracks or bruises since damaged fruit will not preserve as well. Place them wide apart on a wire rack so that they get plenty of air circulation and leave them for several weeks. The pomegranates will dry by releasing moisture through their crowns. Add a floral pick and wire the pomegranite. Then fill in around them with roses and greenery. The Pom web site has other ways to use pomegranites in your centerpieces. Take a look. You just might find an easy but unique centerpiece for your wedding.