dusty pinks

August 26, 2018

Where I live, the hydrangeas are starting to dry and change from bright to dusty pink. When that happens then it's time to pick and preserve them for fall and winter. It's easy: When they begin to change color, cut a blossom and strip it of its leaves. Place in a water vase half filled with water out of direct sunlight. As the water evaporates, the blossoms will dry out completely, freckle up, fade even more, and continue to be gorgeous for months and months. 

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