I have not been able to get them to turn pink or blue. Anyone know how to do that? Mine just start off white, and then turn into a beautiful green.
As the fall comes along they start to turn brown, and dry up and stay that way all winter long. Winter interest display.....lol
Right now, they are a beautiful green, and I thought I would dry them so that I can enjoy them indoors.
I picked them, and just put them in a vase, and leave them there to do their thing.
Take a look at how beautiful they look.
When Christmas comes, you can incorporate them into a Christmas arrangement. Add some ornaments into the arrangement, make them into a wreath. The choices are endless. Such versatility.