Aren’t hydrangeas beautiful? I have several bushes that started out as tiny specimens and have grown large through the years. Hydrangea flowers fade into lovely, muted colors. In this post, I am showing how I dry hydrangea blossoms to use in arrangements to enjoy through the winter.
How I dry hydrangea blossoms
Using clippers, I cut the blossoms from a few of my hydrangea bushes. The girls stripped off the leaves simply by pulling them off.
We brought the blossoms in and filled many vases and pitchers! Usually I add water to the containers but this time I didn’t and the blossoms dried just as nice.
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