How to Dry Hydrangeas
I don’t know what happened this year,
but the hydrangeas under my dogwood tree are amazing.
They are this beautiful green color.
It’s been so hot and dry, I was worried they may not look good.
But I was wrong.
They look good now and they look good dry.
Earlier this year I found an easy way to dry them.
Viv from “the the V spot blog” posted her method. I used it and it works!
- You pick your flowers,
- remove the leaves,
- put in water.
- Keep watering the flowers
- they slowly dry,
- preserving their beauty.
Here are some I dried earlier, they are from another plant…they’re more blue.
This was my test using the drying method:
The dried hydrangeas kept their color too!
Now I can enjoy them for a while!
How do you dry your hydrangeas!?