Bring those blossoms that are drying on the bush inside and enjoy them all winter long by making yourself a fall hydrangea wreath.
If you already had an old grapevine wreath lying around, like me, it will cost you nothing but about half an hour of your time!
Our Limelight Hydrangea had taken on its fall rosy glow and needed a good trimming.
I cut the branches back, stripped the leaves and left about 3 or 4 inches of stem on each one.
Just stick the stems into the wreath carefully so they don’t break off.
Then add some fall leaves instead of a ribbon, hang and enjoy!
The blossoms will finish drying and you will have a pretty wreath to enjoy, inside or out!
Happy Fall to all from Our Fairfield Home and Garden!
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