Sunday, June 20, 2010


Last year, I bought a flowering plant called Hydrangea. This plant is native to southern and eastern Asia such as China, Japan and Korea. Right now it is a blooming shrub and the flowers really look beautiful.

I gathered some information online that hydrangea can change colors. I remember buying a pink hydrangea but as of this year, the flowers turned blue. If you have this flowering plant in your garden, you can change your hydrangea from pink to blue by adding aluminum to the soil. And, to change from blue to pink hydrangea, just subtract aluminum from the soil. Amazing!

1 comment:

  1. I too have hydrangeas and I love it! I still need to get the soil acidic because this type of plant loves acidic soil. I had to buy a fertilizer for more acidity to the soil and I can't wait for it to change color next year. I hope! :) LOL!


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