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Thursday, September 20

hydrangeas






At a recent sale, a lady was selling these GORGEOUS hydrangeas bouquets. Since none of my bushes bloomed this year, I've been looking for some stems so I can dry them for a nice vase arrangement. They are just beautiful!!

2 comments:

nickycunha said...

hey there. sondra told me you are actually not supposed to dry hydrangeas upside down like one would roses. she suggested (to me for drying) just to stick them in an empty vase.

just a TIP!

emily said...

The day after I did it, my Mom told me also! They did though turn out pretty good! I was a little nervous!