This calming blue hydrangea, will compliment your home or garden bed in time for Easter or Mother's day.
Water 3 times a week to encourage root growth. Add mulch underneath your hydrangeas to help keep the soil moist and cool. An organic mulch breaks down over time, adding nutrients and improving
By manipulating the soil acidity with soil amendments, The more acidic the soil, the bluer your hydrangeas will turn out. The more alkaline, the pinker your hydrangeas will be.
"Hydor" means water and "angos" means jar or vessel. This explains hydrangeas'
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Hydrangea, A plant that is simply beautiful
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has devised a system to provide gardeners with a basic guide to plant hardiness – how much winter cold a plant can withstand. The Hardiness Zone Map system divides the United States and Canada into numbered zones based on lowest average winter temperature. Even within a zone, different micro-climates exist, such as large urban areas which may be warmer or land situated at different elevations.
How Hardy Are Chrysanthemums?: Zones 5-9
|ZONE||AVERAGE COLDEST TEMPS|
|1||below -50 °F|
|2||-50 °F to -40 °F|
|3||-40 °F to -30 °F|
|4||-30 °F to -20 °F|
|5||-20 °F to -10 °F|
|6||-10 °F to 0 °F|
|7||0 °F to 10 °F|
|8||10 °F to 20 °F|
|9||20 °F to 30 °F|
|10||30 °F to 40 °F|
|11||above 40 °F|