In nature, hydrangea flowers can be of different colors, which go from white to different shades of red, pink and blue. This depends partly on the plants’ genetic heritage and partly on the type of ground on which they grow. With the stabilization process you’ll be able to choose any color, independently from the type of terrain. The petals will keep their natural colors without having to administer water or fertilizers. They are available in bouquets or in panels on which the petals are fixed.