I love Hydrangeas and they come in so many gorgeous colours- all to do with the soil, but that’s another matter.
Who do you care for these beauties once you have cut them from the garden or received them from your supplier.
You will see many options if you google the subject on the internet, but the method below always works for me.
Cut about 4 cm from the bottom of the stem at an angle, place the cut stem in about 2cm of boiling water and you will see little bubbles come out, after about a minute remove from the boiling water and cut about 2 cm from the stem and and place up to it’s flower head in cool water and leave overnight before using. This is how to ‘condition’ a hydrangea