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How to Dry and Preserver Hydrangea Flowers

One of the most beautiful blooms commonly found in home gardens is from the Hydrangea shrub. In today’s post learn how to dry and preserve the hydrangea flowers.

How to Dry and Preserve Hydrangea Flowers

In the video below I share how to dry and preserver hydrangea flowers. You can grow these flowers easily in your own backyard. Some of my favorites to grow are mentioned in this video.  Be sure to ask questions by commenting on my blog or reaching out on my contact page.  

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This video is found on Creative Living with Bren Haas YouTube channel.

Images from The Garden

In the garden is my favorite place to create video and share that with you.  Here is a collection of images from today’s adventure. With a few simple supplies, you can easily do this craft. Drying hydrangea blooms has been my favorite thing to do from my garden for years.  One of the highlights of growing hydrangeas is being able to preserve the bloom.

Hydrangeas Bren Recommends

The very first Hydrangea I ever owned was from a florist shop.  I added it to my home garden in town and it died. Most importantly, I didn’t give up after adding the plant to the compost pile. In 2018 there are over 8 different varieties of Hydrangeas growing in my country garden.  Below are a few I highly recommend most anyone to add to their home garden.

Beautiful Display of Autumn Limelight Row
LIMELIGHT Hydrangeas
Incrediball PW
Incrediball® - Smooth Hydrangea - Hydrangea arborescens

More Beautiful Hydrangeas

Over the years I have added numerous hydrangeas to my garden.  I look forward to sharing with I learned with you on my site so be sure tocheck out the links below.

Hydrangeas Dried in Autumn
Hydrangeas That Are Dried

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I would love to hear from you and what you thought of today’s share about Hydrangeas. Do you grow this beautiful blooming plant or just enjoy the flowers from the market?  Be sure to comment on this post, share on social and contact me today about this post.

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Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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