Have you ever had a blue hydrangea turn pink? A reader named Carol emailed me asking why her gorgeous blue hydrangea was turning pink the year after she planted it. I had this happen with 1 of my client’s Endless Summer Hydrangeas so I know exactly what’s happening. If blue is your thing, here’s how to change the color of your hydrangeas.
The change in color of your hydrangea is due to a reaction to the pH of your soil. Yes, as I always say, the health of your plants is dependent on the health of your soil and in the case of hydrangeas, it determines the color. If your soil is more alkaline, your hydrangeas will be pink or pinker. If your soil is more acidic, then they will be blue or bluer.
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