Here's how you can get your hydrangea fix. Get them at a florist- they are expensive, but look great even after they've dried. Worth the extra cost. If you have a garden, get a plant. After it blooms, let the flowers dry on the plant, then cut them and use them as a dry arrangement. As a last resort, get artificial hydrangeas. Ok, I'm not a big fan of the factory-made variety, but if it works for you, go with it.