No, itís not too late. Hydrangeas donít usually hold all of their color as they dry and the color saturation will vary with varieties. Iíve had the best luck with the water drying method. This sounds contradictory, but it actually makes a lot of sense. Here are several ways to dry hydrangea blossoms, from drying in water, to simply leaving them on the shrub.
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