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Pappy and Nona
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Wednesday, May 29, 2002
22:21:42
Subject: Drying Hydrangea
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Could you please tell me how to dry my hydrangea flowers?
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dscott
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Thursday, May 30, 2002
23:03:44
RE: Drying Hydrangea
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First of all, not all Hydrangeas dry well. The two best are Pee Gee and Nikko Blue. Cut your Hydrangeas when the blooms are 80-90% full (i.e. the very tops will not be open). Place them in a open, airy, dark place (for more details about drying see Drying Flowers - Overview on www.DriedFlowersDirect.com). It is not necessary to hang them upside down (they have a nice woody stem which will stay erect throughout the drying process).

Good Luck,

D. Scott



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