This is my 1st attempt at drying Hydrangeas.
I love them in the garden and want to see if I can enjoy them inside year round.
These are the instructions I got off of google:
Cut each flower with a 12 - 18" stem attached.
Remove all the leaves from the stems.
Place the freshly cut flowers in a vase with fresh water.
Make sure the stems are at least half covered with water.
Move the vase to a cool spot, out of direct sunlight.
The flowers will still look attractive and can be used for display. Don't add more water as the
water in the vase evaporates. It’s just there to allow your hydrangeas to dry naturally, rather
than simply dry out. Once the water is totally evaporated, your hydrangeas should
feel dry to the touch and ready to use.
Wish me luck!
Do you know any tips for drying hydrangeas or other flowers?