Popping these breezy blue blossoms into an ice-filled goblet creates a surprisingly refreshing centerpiece! And the flowers will stay perky longer in the hot summer sun as the ice slowly melts and supplies hours of cool-temperature water.
*What you’ll need: *
3-4 fresh hydrangea blossoms
1 large water goblet (or substitute a glass jar or small vase)
To do: To help the tough, branch-like hydrangea stems to drink more water, smash the bottom of the stems with a mallet. Then fill the goblet with ice and water. Finish by simply plunging the stems into the ice bath.
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