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- Hydrangea are a crowd favorite – lush and luxurious…. these blooms are a great choice to incorporate into your wedding!
- These guys are large and in charge, they fill up lots of space and really shine in statement arrangements but also work well on their own to fill up a bud vase or mason jar with just one stem!
- Perfect for any style – glam to garden.
- Hydrangeas are very dependent on water, so they don’t work great in foam creations, and if they’re in your bouquet, try to keep them in a vase of water when they’re not being held.
- Depending on the time of year, they will be locally sourced or from overseas, the location they’re grown will impact their appearance and size.
Number of Stems
- 5 stems per bunch
Flower Design Type:
For general flower care and unpacking instructions, visit our blog post here
Specific Flower Care
- Briefly submerging stems in a florist solution called “Quick Dip” is highly recommended for this variety (to help keep them hydrated).
- Never cut the ends of your hydrangeas with scissors (or any flower for that matter), scissors aren’t sharp enough; they pinch the stems, reducing water uptake. Use specific floral shears or a knife if you are brave (and don’t think you’ll cut yourself!).
- Trim the stems at an angle, and add a small, vertical slit at the bottom to help them absorb more water. Hydrangea are woody, so they need this slit to help them uptake water.
- Use warm water for these blooms!
- Hydrangea thrive on water, so make sure they are always well hydrated and their water never runs out!
- Shorter stems drink more easily. Cut down your stems if they are wilting prematurely.
- If your hydrangeas decide to wilt… all is not lost! Check out our blog post here: Hydrangea SOS where we share tips on how to revive sad hydrangeas.
Recipes are made to be tweaked, but here is a general rule of thumb for quantities of hydrangea:
- Bridal Bouquet: 1-3 stems
- Bridesmaid Bouquet: 1-2 stems
- Boutineers: N/A too large
- Corsages: N/A too large
- Centerpieces: 1-2 stems
- Large Arrangements: 10-15 stems