The hydrangea garland
- The hydrangea blossom consists of a large number of umbels that merge at the stem. Divide up the hydrangea in such a way that the stalks remain on the umbels.
- Next, fix the umbels closely to the garland base with clasps so that the base is concealed and the wreath looks really plump. Choose longer-stemmed umbels for the outside and the shortest ones for the inside, keeping the most attractive-looking umbels for the middle.
- Purists will use the garland in this form, while others will adorn it with a pretty silk or satin ribbon.