Why Does My Hydrangea "Die"?
We don't get many complaints about flowers prematuraley persihing, but when we do it's typically about hydrangea. Popular for it's full and romantic look, hydrangea is a staple in our cooler. You'll notice in the title I put the word die in quotations. The reason for this is that; although it may look like it's past the point of no return it can, and will, come back to life with a simple trimming. The word hydrangea acutally has the name of the Greek water monster(Hydra) in it, a little clue that it is a thirsty plant/flower.
Hydrangea drooping can be prevented by recutting every two days, we state this on our flower care cards. Even though arrangements come with instuctions sometimes we get pannicked calls. Once such incident occured this week.