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Hydrangeas

Two years ago I began the procedure of changing the color of a pink Hydrangea to blue using aluminum sulfate. After a couple of applications it was determined that pink would be the color of choice and the applications on this shrub were discontinued. The most amazing results occurred part of shrub bloomed in pink and part in blue as depicted below.

Hydrangeas

Sometimes trial and error creates amazing results and believe me this shrub was the talk of the town two years ago. Everyone asked about the unique coloring of the shrub and appeared awestruck over the contrast of the large blooms.

Hydrangeas

These splendid plants enhance any garden and provide alternatives to spending excessively on annuals. Although annuals are required to give beds a splash of season long color Hydrangeas electrify your gardening theme and the magnificent blooms occupy a vast amount of space.

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