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Article: Shrubby Hydrangea for Northern Gardeners: Great summary of the key points!

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Bookerc1

Bookerc1
Mackinaw, IL
(Zone 5a)

August 6, 2011
6:29 AM

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I often find myself trying to remember the key differences between the different types of hydrangeas. Your article laid it all out so clearly! I have nearly given up on attaining a blue color on my hydrangeas; our soil in the river valley is so alkaline, the most I've accomplished is getting the pink to turn a little more purplish. LOL I love my hydrangeas, anyway.

Thanks for a great article!

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