I know that many of you enjoy fresh hydrangeas as much as I do. And I'm betting that, like me, you are sometimes faced with this problem:
Poor things. Sometimes they just can't keep their heads together.
Here's a little trick I've learned. Turn your hydrangea upside down, then take a twist tie and gently tie the little stems together.
Cut off any excess twist tie and turn the flower back right-side-up. Presto! You have a full-headed flower!
The twist tie will be hidden among all the blooms.
Here they are as part of a vignette on my porch. Amazing how good they look in a glass jar, isn't it?
Do you have any tips for using fresh flowers? Please share!
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