Hang ‘Em Up to Dry
Really I mean hang ‘em upside down.
The hydrangeas are gorgeous blue and will stay that way when dry.
This keeps the stems from bending and the heads from flopping.
A celing full of these flowers hanging upside down would be stunning for a party or wedding.
I just wrap a rubber band loosely around a handful of stems and hang them in a dark, dry spot.
Hang on for a week or so and the blossoms will be crispy.
I plan to use this group of dried hydrangea in a mantle arrangement this summer.
Almost ready for display.
They add a nice touch of color.
These shriveled a little because I cut them late.
What things do you preserve?
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