If you’ve ever looked closely at a hydrangea then you know that at first glance they look blue, pink, green, or white, but on closer inspection, you generally see an entire array of subtle colors. In large part, it’s this variation in color tones that give the hydrangea its signature beauty.
These faux blooms do a wonderful job of imitating a hydrangea in full glory! Blushing pink petals are tinged with white and accented with light green petals. Each bush holds 5 large flower heads and green leaves. Each flower head measures 5-6″ across creating a truly spectacular display in any basket, bucket or other containers. We used 2 bunches to fill this large bucket. Approximately 18″ tall.