FLOWERS instantly make a home come alive.
Whether they’re planted out in the garden or displayed in a vase on your dining room table, they always add color, personality, and charm to a space.
One flower-lover named Ashley Brooke, who goes by @ashleybrooke on TikTok, said she grows frustrated when her Hydrangeas die on her within a couple of days of purchasing.
She shared an easy way to bring them back to life—and the internet is mind-blown.
“If you’re anything like me, you also have this problem with Hydrangeas.
“They just wilt sometimes and you can’t revive them.”
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She said her friend taught her a trick that works nearly every time.
“So, what you’re going to want to do is cut your Hydrangeas in a pretty aggressive angle,” she said, while trimming the stems so that they had very slanted bottoms.
Next, fill a pot with water and boil it as usual.
“I know this sounds nuts, but then you’re going to put your Hydrangeas in boiling water,” she said, while standing the stems upright in the pot.
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“And watch this. Over two and a half hours, the Hydrangeas completely transform back into beautiful, fluffy, fresh Hydrangeas, which is kind of crazy.”
In the clip, the hydrangeas slowly blossomed back to life—almost as if they were being pumped with air.
They looked as good as new and completely different from the original wilting image.
Viewers couldn’t believe how simple it was:
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“This is insane! Thank you for the tip,” one person wrote.
“Literally magic,” added another.
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