If you are wondering how to dry hydrangeas and keep their color, then this blog post is a must-read for you! Find out how you can keep their beauty!
The beautiful hydrangea is one of my garden favorites, and I use the beautiful flowers all year round, in vases, as wreaths and in various decorations.
How to dry hydrangeas and keep their color? Read on!
If you are wondering how to dry hydrangeas and keep their color, you may be delighted that there are in fact solutions to your problems.
It’s basically about hitting the right moment to harvest the flowers. Right now, when they have exactly the most beautiful color. You know?
I like when the color of the flowers fade lightly in late summer, it provides just the right vintage look, I think. If you like them a little brighter in color, then you need to cut them a little earlier in the summer.
Do not leave the flowers on the plant for too long during the fall. They lose the colour over time and turn brown.
And if you pick them up and hang them to dry, you also risk loosing color
And the good news is, that you can enjoy them in your living room, while they stand there drying up so fine ( ;
Have fun drying these beauties!
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