Our hydrangeas have such huge, cloudlike blooms that three stems are all you need. These marble-toned flowerheads are allowed to gracefully mature on the plant, eventually developing an antiqued-looking patina in gorgeous tones of green, hazel, brown, sepia, camel, beige, red and burgundy. After their long vase life is exhausted, they can be dried, beautifying your home indefinitely.
Hydrangeas are thirsty flowers and require lots of clean water to drink
. Cut the stems on a sharp angle to provide the most surface area for hydration — it'll help them look their best.
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