Although winter is coming, you don’t need to ditch your garden altogether. Ryan McEnaney from Bailey Nurseries stopped by with what you can do to bring your garden inside. Best of all, no lugging dirt is necessary.
If you’re new to gardening, Bailey Nurseries has a guide on how to get started. Find that guide here.
When cutting hydrangeas, cut them once they’re in full color and when there’s a bit of crunch on the stem. Place them in a vase with 2-3″ of water. Let the water evaporate and the flowers will dry on their own.
With that, the projects are endless. Watch the video for tips on making a hydrangea wreath or a tablescape that can easily switch when the seasons change.