Making Hydrangea Flowers Turn Blue: Lowering the pH

Certain plants need a low pH, or acidic soil to grow and thrive. The hydrangea will do well in any pH – acidic or alkaline – but the soil type will effect the flower color. If you don’t care what color your flowers are, then you will accept the fact that your alkaline soil will […]

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Hydrangeas in a Basket Wedding Cake Photo

My daughter is getting married next year in northern New Hampshire. She is scouting out bakeries and bakers in the area and is very interested in Cakes by the Lake. As I was browsing the sites pictures of wedding cakes, I came across this beauty of a cake with blue and green hydrangea flowers decorating […]

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Vases Filled With Light Blue Hydrangeas

Vases with blue hydrangeas- the Endless Summer variety.  It’s not too hard to fill a vase with hydrangea flowers.  Generally they are huge, and one will fill any kind of vase nicely.  Some of my new plants were flattened by a torrential rainstorm we had just after I planted them and they still bloomed, but […]

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Water Bottle Designs

One of the new items available through our BlueHyd store is the aluminum water bottle. Zazzle just recently added this product and it comes in two sizes. Personally, I think it a bit pricey. Zazzle is based in California where things tend to be (just a bit) expensive, so they might think that paying close […]

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