Friday, May 21, 2010

POTD - Hydrangea


POTD - Hydrangea

This white hydrangea is actually white, yellow, blue and green.    I found this little bloom behind the Gulf Shores, AL condo.  It had a friend near the bottom of the plant that was brilliant blue, but all the rest of the flowers were white.

Enjoy!
Kristin

3 comments:

Loria said...

did you know that they are white because of lack of acidity in the soil .. I bought one that was supposed to be blue, but turn out white so I started adding coffee grinds, tea bags, and miracle grow acid formula - the next few years they were pink and darker pink and the 4th year they finally were beginning to be twinged with blue .. then we moved. I have 3 of the same plants now but they are barely growing. This is my 3rd year and I have to move them again .. first it was too sunny and now too much shade - i actually purchased more soil so I can move them this weekend. I'm hoping this 3rd spot will give me good results.

Just Breathe said...

That is a beautiful photo.

Unknown Mami said...

I don't know what color it's supposed to be, but it's beautiful.