Create beautiful pots and planters with hydrangeas. Check out these 25 hydrangea pot and planter arrangements. See them all here.
Welcome to our mini gallery featuring some of the most enticing hydrangea flower pot and planter arrangements we have found for 2016.
Please remember that we wanted to publish a variety of hydrangea arrangements from a multitude of photographs so some of the arrangements we have selected for this list may not be to your liking.
Discovered and mostly found in Japan, hydrangeas are a favorite of people who would like to give these flowers as a way to show their gratitude towards others or heartfelt emotions.
Hydrangeas are also known for their star-shaped flowers and are often clumped together like a pompom. However, these flowers can be very thirsty which is why they are often called water barrel flowers as they need to be constantly watered for sustenance.
Having flowers at home adds color and warmth and hydrangeas would add more drama to your home given the variety of colors and arrangements you can choose from. If you dedicate time and effort into maintaining these arrangements, these flowers would help tell your visitors what type of home you have.
We’ve collected some of the most heartwarming and enticing hydrangea flower pot and planter arrangements you can try out for your home.
We hope you will enjoy this feature and feel the love and grace these flower arrangements can bring to you and your family once you’ve try them out.
- Flaming Reds
If your garden has mostly has red, yellow, and orange flowers, it is best to accentuate it with pink hydrangeas to balance out the shading from your flowers.
- Opposites Attract
Use pink and blue hydrangeas alternately to line your garden walk path and help in soothing your mind and your visitors as they travel this colored path.
- Blending Blues, Purples and Pink
If you are using a black or dark barrel vase, it is best to mix light blue, purple and pink hydrangeas with a variety of green plants to emphasize color blends.
- Majestic in Pink
Give a royal feel to your ornate pottery arrangement by using pink hydrangeas and arrange them in between smaller flowers to look like a flower crown. You can even use wood branches to make the flower crown look fit for a fairy queen.
- Hanging in the Clouds
If you have a hanging vase like the one below, you can use hydrangeas as the centerpiece. Surround it with smaller flowers to emphasize the hydrangea.
- In the Marketplace
Give your garden a feel of the flower marketplaces in Japan selling hydrangeas by using wicker or woven tall vases. Make sure you use the same color and blend when using this arrangement.
- The Matryoshka
Arrange your hydrangeas from small to big vases to give more depth in your garden. You can even use this arrangement to help kids understand the differences between sizes.
- Playful in Pink and Blue
Use colored vases to add a playful vibe to your hydrangea arrangement. Remember to only use one hydrangea stock (complete with their leaves) to make it stand out even more. This arrangement is good for counter tops and living rooms.
- Country Vibes
Use water-pitchers as vases with your hydrangeas to give a country and rustic vibe to your table top. This would help you give color to your kitchen or dining room.
- Rustic in White
If you are using a simple brown vase and would like to use it on top of a wooden table in your porch, why not use a small batch of white hydrangeas to add a more rustic feel?
- Ice Cream Bowl
Design your very own flower ice cream bowl arrangement using hydrangeas just like the one below. This will allow you to provide more emphasis to the flowers and remind you of summer time since it looks like an ice cream bowl.
- Marbled Colors
Since marble vases look like a blend of greys and whites, it fits perfectly with hydrangeas. Arrange them based on their color blends to add more flavor to it!
- Here Comes the Bride
If you have a tall plant in your backyard or front yard, add some color to it with hydrangeas. Use a variety of other plants and style it like a wedding bouquet.
Fully grow a few hydrangeas in large pots and do not clip the leaves. This would give your garden a minimalist feel with the hydrangeas standing proudly in the midst of greens.
Use different sizes of flowers with the hydrangeas in the middle and arrange them like a pyramid. One side goes upward while the other side goes downward.
- Flower Girl
Use a basket with your hydrangeas and mimic the flower baskets used by flower girls in weddings or flower sellers in Europe.
- Gift Boxes
Arrange your hanging vases or mini garden similar to how gift boxes or gift baskets are designed. In this case, the leafy plants serve as the ornate wrappings while the hydrangea stand out as the gift.
Combine a young and full bloom hydrangea in one vase to show how the blossoms would grow much like how you emphasize its growth cycle and evolution.
- Counting Backwards
If you put your vases on a ladder like structure, you can arrange your hydrangea vases in a numbered order. Start by putting one vase in the middle in the floor, then on the first flight of the ladder, put two vases, then three, onwards. You can also do it in reverse order.
- Hydrangea Tree
Combine your entire hydrangea blossoms in one big vase and make it look like the leaves in trees. You can emphasize this image by using wooden logs arranged similar to tree trunks.
- In the Middle
Allow your hydrangea to grow and let some of its stems grow in such a way that the fully grown blossoms are in the middle like a sandwich.
- Accented Fences
Place hydrangea vases in each corner or connecting area of your fences to provide accents in these areas. This would also allow you to give color to an otherwise plain fence.
- Flower Tubs
Put your hydrangeas in metal tub vases as if they are bathing in the middle of your garden or front lawn. This arrangement becomes even more eye catching if its filled with water such as on a rainy day.
- Burst of Color
If you want to give a surprise factor in your home, pick a hydrangea color that is in contrast to your home and place them in a large vase. This would make your visitors immediately focus on the arrangement and sooth their souls.
- In Full Bloom
Let your hydrangeas come into full bloom to give a more mysterious feeling to them. It is like looking at cotton or balloons floating in the sky.