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Tips For Keeping Hydrangeas From Drooping!

Have you ever had the disappointing experience of buying or cutting Hydrangeas and having them immediately droop into an unsightly mess? This trick for conditioning Hydrangeas works for me. Read all about it on this post. I also have posted an amazing list of how to condition lots of different flowers here: http://sweetwaterstyle.blogspot.com/2013/07/cut-flower-conditioning-tips.html

To see more: http://sweetwaterstyle.blogspot.com/2012/08/no-more-droopy-hydrangeas.html

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  • Luis
    Luis East Haven, CT
    on Jul 31, 2013

    Mary, that is different I have to try it, thank you for the info.

  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
    360 Sod (Donna Dixson) Buford, GA
    on Jul 31, 2013

    Is that the new Pistache Hydrangea in the first picture?

  • Gayle Lehman
    Gayle Lehman Avon Lake, OH
    on Aug 1, 2013

    THANKS FOR THE INFO ON BURNING THE ENDS--why cover them with damp cloth and for how long??

  • Susan Shiptoski
    Susan Shiptoski East Stroudsburg, PA
    on Aug 1, 2013

    Burning the ends is what I do with cut poinsettias, minus the wet paper towel. I know some one who sprays the cut end with ironing spray starch. Never tried either, guess I'll have to try this out.

  • Jane Schelb
    Jane Schelb Saint Paul, MN
    on Aug 1, 2013

    if you sear the end, how does it take in water from the vase

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