Hydrangea color collection drying flowers and wreath

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  1. Pacnorwest

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    IMG_4020.jpeg IMG_4019.jpeg IMG_3321.jpeg Collecting hydrangea blooms. Table drying . using grapevines to make the wreath foundation . Let dry.
    After week or so hot glue hydrangea blooms on grapevine wreath and ribbon. and viola dried floral wreath all from the garden.

    Then added Virginia creeper fall colors were so bright added to the tree that is always up to celebrate holidays , birthdays and just makin it thru a tricky day or two.
     
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  3. Sjoerd

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    You do remarkable work, Pac.
     
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    They are marvelous Pac.
     
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    Those are beautiful Pac
     



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    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Definitely worth every minute of the time you took to make them Pac.
     
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    That is amazing Pac. You're so talented.
     
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    Thanks all ..
    I luv to take anything from the many treasures in our garden and make something that adds a touch of nature in the house during those winter months.
     
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    Thanks all.. I like to find garden treasures around and make different things to celebrate the fall seasons , birthdays or holidays. Nothing goes to waste if there is a way to use something. There are pinecones to collect to make wreaths, apples, greens for holiday wreaths & swags, eucalyptus, dried flowers of all types and anything that makes your heart sing.

    Even using different varieties of greenery and fall colored leaves /plant materials can help bring our mood up. Did you know that studies have shown that looking at Flowers can bring smiles immediately and heighten one’s spirit.

    CELEBRATING FALL COLORS

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    Very, very nice, Pac. What a talent you have.
    …Really exceptional.
     
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    Fall color in the garden… pic taken today showing leaf color in the garden composition of plants. IMG_4192.jpeg
     
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    Absolutely lovely, Pac. Even in the rain, your stuff looks good.
    You have more fall colour than we have.
     
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    Those are lovely! :stew1:
     

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