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Hydrangeas are my favourite flower to grow. They are low maintenance, high impact, and can be enjoyed in the garden through many seasons. This September I decided to cut a few of my favourite hydrangea balls and dry them to enjoy indoors throughout the fall and even winter months. So how do you dry hydrangeas? It is actually quite easy and only takes a few simple steps.
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