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Saturday, July 11, 2009


Hydrangea are interesting plants. The colour o the flowers depends on the pH of the soil and it's possible to manipulate their colour by adjusting the pH. Sometimes, the flowers from a single plant can show multiple colours, like this one does.

This bush is over 5 years old, and well-established. It's been producing more pink flowers each successive year, but for the moment, it's very interesting to see a spectrum of blue, yellow and pink all on the same plant.


  1. A very prolific plant - we used to have some in our front garden.

  2. Mine are out in bloom now and your colors are like mine. Nice photography to show the subtle colors, Buck.

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  3. Always a fav plant but I do favour the blue petal


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