Post # 1
I’m looking to order some hydrangea from wholeblossoms.com. I used them before for calla lillies and their quality was excellent, so I’m not really asking about that. I’m more concerned about the hydrangea size since I’m trying to determine how many I actually need to order.
I am considering their blue super select hydrangea. The site says the average bloom size is between 5.5-7.5″. I was just wondering how accurate that was and if your flowers favored more on the smaller or larger size of that scale?
Post # 3
I havent ordered from there…so i probably shouldnt be answering.
But just a few things…where i live they grow wild! Have you ever thought about just picking them and making your own?
When used in the heat the curl up and turn very quickly…i wanted hydrangaes in my boquet for July and the florist shot me down…well warned me and i got scared 🙂 She suggested fake ones.
Just some thoughts 🙂
Post # 4
@Bailey: Thanks for the thoughts. I actually am getting married in another state from which I live so I don’t know the area and if they are growing wild near by where we will be, but that is a fabulous idea.
Also our wedding is in the evening on the beach in October so I don’t think the heat will be a problem. The average temp is low 70’s. My mom and I cut some hydrangea’s from a friends yesterday and I sat them out of thier vase all afternoon today and they still looked fabulous a good 3-4 hours later. They actually looked better today than yesterday when we cut them…go figure!