Craft stores and florists are likely resources for buying dried flowers. Online retailers sell dried flowers, as do some decorating websites. People also dry their own flowers for arrangements or keepsakes.
As of 2015, DriedFlowersRUs.com sells various kinds of flowers. The wholesale company specializes not only in shipping dried flowers, but also ferns and foliage to customers. Users do not need a business licence. The company sells dried exotic, field and filler flowers. Customers can also filter selections by color, and flowers come in both cases and bundles.
SaveOnCrafts.com sells flowers suitable for using in candles, bath salts, soaps and essential oils. The site also sells floral arrangements. Hammelmans.com is another site that sells floral arrangements as well as bundles of dried flowers for crafting. Hammelmans.com flowers come from the Hammelman Farms, meaning the company grows the flowers themselves.
Online retailers such as Etsy.com and eBay.com also sell dried flowers. However, both websites are platforms for independent sellers, so the stock is not guaranteed from one day to the next. Etsy.com specializes more in flower arrangements and wreaths; however, some sellers list simple bundles suitable for filler. eBay.com allows sellers to list products both for immediate purchase and bidding. In most cases, bidding on the dried flowers yields a discounted price. Shipping is often free, though it depends on the seller.