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Display and Dry Hydrangeas

Display and Dry Hydrangeas

The hydrangeas are in full bloom and beautiful but you are wondering how to keep the beauty going all year. Simple trick here to dry them and it isn’t anything SPECIAL!


Arrange and Display

Arrange and display is the only trick you need to know.  Fill a vase with distilled water and display them all over your home.

 


Enjoy them and let them dry naturally!  Keep the floral arrangement out of direct sunlight after a few two days of displaying them to keep the color from fading and let the water in the vase naturally evaporate. See, so far nothing special.  Cut them and enjoy them indoors.

 

Enjoy hydrangea floral arrangements indoors.  Keep the floral arrangement out of direct sunlight after the few two days and let the water in the vase naturally evaporate.


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As the water evaporates the flowers dry naturally and perfectly, I find them less brittle than just air drying. Allowing you to keep displaying them in the vases as added home decor or for using them in additional floral projects.



The trick is to use distilled water.  Tap water contains a chlorinated base of some sort and all cut flowers really dislike that feature. Using distilled water will extend a cut flowers life and in the case of hydrangeas dry them naturally as the water in the vase evaporates.

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Hydrangea flowers dry naturally and perfectly. Allowing you to keep them in the vases or use in floral projects.


Dried hydrangeas are perfect for floral arrangements and wreaths.

 

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Dried hydrangeas are perfect for floral arrangements and wreaths.

I think you might agree, this is a naturally easy project. Pun most certainly intended 🙂 Go ahead and display and dry hydrangeas all over your home.  Most of all enjoy them!!


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