The hydrangea’s color ranges from white to blue to pink and purple and change
color (except for the white ones) based on the pH level of their soil.
Once dry, they can last and look beautiful for years.
Hydrangeas do best when allowed to dry on the plant before picking them.
The ideal time to cut hydrangea blossoms for drying is toward the end of the
season, August through October, when the petals are starting to feel papery.
You can simply hang your hydrangea blossoms upside down for drying. This is
best done with individual flowers.