Saturday, January 7, 2012

Autumn Dried Hydrangea in January

Welcome to Emma of The Log Cabin
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 A restful bouquet
of dried hydrangea in a tin pitcher.
Small pleasures.

10 comments:

  1. I had a 50+ year old Hydreangea bush/tree that died and can't get another to grow. I miss having the blossoms to dry. Yours is beautiful! ~ Maureen

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  2. This brings back good memories of my garden in New England. I love hydrangea and they dry into such soothing beautiful colors. The certainly don't grown in Lake Havasu!

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  3. We had a lovely hydrangea bush at our old house.I used to dry the flowers, sadly we dont have one at this house, maybe I should get another?

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  4. Beautiful! I have a lot of dried hydrangea here that I collected this fall that I should do something with.

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  5. Very pretty! Would love to remember to dry flowers for admiring during the cold months, love the pretty tin pitcher too. And thanks for all your kind words on my blog :)

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  6. I love the look of dried hydrangeas!

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  7. Jeg kom bare lige forbi.
    Smuk buket.
    Tak for kigget.

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  8. My mother loved hydrangeas. My Dad gave me a cutting from her hydrangea bush for my 40th birthday. He told m it was from her. Hydrangeas always make me think of Mom and smile. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Gorgeous hydrangeas.. I didn't get to dry any this past summer as ours "fried" on the bush because of the heat and lack of rain. Thanks for sharing yours.
    Babs

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