Hydrangeas remain longer in the vase by adding a spoonful of sugar and a drop of dish soap to the water.
After flowering, the summer, the flowers of most hydrangeas begin 's dry, the color is dark, greenish This is the time to prune off the flowers and dry Some tips:... -Snoei Flowers best on a dry sunny day. Do not wait until "evening. -Remove The leaves from the stems. -Hang The flowers on a warm, dry and dark place. How dry? The cut branches hanging upside down in a dry warm place (not in the sun). Place the flowers with stalk in a bowl or vase with a little bit of water. Fill the water no longer and let the stems are quiet. Put the stems in a damp oasis block. Let further dry out the block. You can also cut the flowers without stalks and dry by placing them in newspapers or in a container with a layer of dry sand. Place them in a warm, dark place. Do you want to dry the flowers retain their color, then you cut the flowers off without stalk and lay the flowers upside down in a container with sand (eg fine sand that you can buy at the pet store). Cover the flowers gently with the sand. The sand will extract moisture from the flowers.
Cut first few branches of your hydrangea off, So just below the eye, an eye that over time will grow a new leaf. cut the tree into pieces, cut each time under one eye, the branch must be at least 10 to 15 cm, remove all leaves except the top, cut 2 sheets in half. stitch with one stick or bamboo stick, 1 Dippe slot in the ground. and puts the hydrangea cuttings in. you can advance, also the bottom where the eye is, stabbing in rooting powder. and then put into the ground, so that the cutting shoots faster roots. but without rooting powder it succeeds. and over time, you can see for itself that catches on the site, because new blades appear to. if the site is significantlygrown, you can dig him out, and transplanting with soil, or as a gift give away.