Saving the color of summer is easy. Hydrangea flowers have such striking foliage and stunning blooms that most gardeners want to extend the life of these beauties as long as possible. You can dry Hydrangeas several ways and “Denise in Bloom” shows us how.
There is no question that these are beautiful in the garden, but if cared for properly, you can also use them inside your home. A good flower to dry for indoor arrangements is the hydrangea. In two to three weeks you will have a beautiful bouquet of summer hydrangeas to enjoy through the fall and winter.
(Photo Credit: Denise in Bloom)