- January 16, 2017 at 1:21 pm #375780
I love Hydrangeas- so much that I bring them in during the winter months to enjoy them year round. They have a tendency to thrive in rich soil with lots of light, but will still do okay in partial shade.
It wasn’t until I brought mine indoors that friends started commenting about all the different colors that our hydrangeas were when theirs were just blue.
Control Hydrangeas Coloring -Blue, Pink or Purple
Well, here’s a tip- you can totally control the color of your hydrangeas!!
the color is determined by the acidity in the soil. Here’s a chart:
If you’re not sure what your soil pH level is, you can test garden alkalinity.
Also, you can split your them and root hydrangeas from leaves too.
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