I have always loved having some space in the garden for plants that provide cut flowers. Hydrangeas are a perfect example. Pretty and low-maintenance, I have several varieties in my garden. Some of these hydrangeas were originally indoor plants that I purchased at Easter for the house. After the blooms faded, I simply cut the branches back and planted them in the garden. Easy! And come summer, they provide an abundance of flowers for the house. As we’re heading into fall, it’s the perfect time to fill the house one last time. Here is an arrangement that I put together in a few minutes, basically just plunking them into a vase. The vase here is a retro one given to me by a friend who was downsizing. Easy and free – can’t go wrong!