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Orchids...I Call This One Tigger.


Green Orchid...I Call Him Oscar.

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51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius. i want to do almost everyone of these projects. Amazing!!!

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Drying Hydrangeas - the Right Way

How to Dry Hydrangeas - follow these simple step by step directions to have beautiful dried flowers all year long!

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How to Dry Hydrangeas

To dry hydrangeas all you have to do is cut the blossoms with about a 5-6 inch stem when they start to feel a tad “papery”.  Strip off all the leaves and place into a vase of water. Allow the blossoms to suck up the water slowly and then add more water as needed until the blossoms are completely dry. This will take a few weeks, so be patient. Be sure to keep them out of direct sunlight also.