Purple Hydrangeas

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I love these flowers.


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  1. Styrch says:

    I have the white Anabell types at my house. These are pretty, but to me they look a little like pink hydrangeas that didn’t quite get enough nitrogen (I think that’s the right chem) to turn fully blue. But either way, fun!

  2. Marian says:

    Those are so pretty! …so old fashioned. They always remind me of my childhood. We called them snowballs.

  3. Annette says:

    Gorgeous! For what it’s worth, they’re purple because the soil has a neutral PH. they will be blue in acidic soil and pink in alkali soil. 🙂

  4. Sarah S. says:

    Ah, does Japan have acidic soil? They are especially gorgeous and vibrant in Japan! They are called “Ajisai” I think…

  5. LOVE Hydrangeas, but they are so hard to grow!

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