Hydrangeas are a classic landscape and garden feature, and they’re virtually unmistakable. Their trademark cluster blooms change color depending on the pH of the soil, with the exception of true white blooming varieties. Specifically, pink comes from alkaline soil, blue from acidic soil, and purple from somewhere in between.(*The blooms of Paniculata Hydrangeas are not affected by soil pH)

The name “Hydrangea” comes from the greek words, ‘hydros,’ which means water,’ and ‘angos,’ which translates to jar. Correspondingly, this name refers to the perpetual moisture which they need to stay perky and blooming.

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