Design tip of the month: Hydrating the Hydrangea

Whenever using hydrangea, make sure they get plenty of water. Note the word HYDRA (hydrate). Hydrangea flowers are produced from early spring to late autumn. Here are some tips to make them last longer:

  • Lightly spray the flowers with water to keep them hydrated.
  • If they start to wilt, dip the entire flower in the sink full of water for a few minutes, recut the stem & put in water with flower food.

These tips, if applied correctly will help perk up the flowers within a few hours or overnight.

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MARCH Birth Flower – Daffodil


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The March birth flower is the jonquil, also known as daffodil,  narcissus or paperwhites. The term paperwhites is generally used for tiny white flowers that grow in clusters and daffodil for single, trumpet-shaped flowers. The name Daffodils includes the white … Continue reading