(Closed) Hydrangeas – dried?

posted 7 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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235 posts
Helper bee

Hydrangeas dry well and have a “vintage” kind of look.  They usually look a little darker and have a greyed dusty look.  I think there are some preservatives that can retain the color that your florist might know about.  We are using fresh hydrangeas in July and I’m just worried about them wilting since they demand so much water!  I don’t even know where you would get fresh hydrangeas in January since they are a spring/summer flower.

Post # 5
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803 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I think they turn nice colors, but they tend to break very easily since dried flowers are like very thin paper.  im not sure they would hold up being handled all day

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