October 1, 2011

Dried Hydrangeas


Are you going to cut back hydrangea plants for the winter? Keep them! Dried hydrangeas will bring a bit of life and color to your home year-round. Living in Wisconsin, the color is much appreciated when the mid-winter blues set in.

Hydrangeas do best when allowed to dry on the plant before picking them. I picked them in November last year and they are still just like the day I picked them.

5 comments:

Wyoming Crane said...

Interesting post. Thank you for sharing.

NJ Cellulose Insulation Contractor said...

Hydrangeas are very beautiful and they do retain their color when dried. This is an excellent idea.

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This kind of plant is great for indoors as its color do not fade. Similarly, this is a good complement for bonsai plants which showcase miniature trees.

Anonymous said...

I love hydrangeas...they're soooooo beautiful and this is a wonderful idea!

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