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hydrangras


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Ann11-Aug-08 01:58 PM EST 5a   
here is a site that might help12-Aug-08 08:32 PM EST 5b   
Shawn15-Aug-08 05:14 PM EST   


Subject: hydrangras
From: Ann
Zone: 5a
Date: 11-Aug-08 01:58 PM EST

Hello this is my first time here, I am wondering if anyone can help me with my hydrangras. I bought a very pretty blue one about 4 years ago. The plant is beautiful and healthy but has not bloomed since the first season. What can I do to in courage it to flower?


Subject: RE: hydrangras
From: here is a site that might help (kbad@rogers.com)
Zone: 5b
Date: 12-Aug-08 08:32 PM EST

Hi there! here is site that might help you.

http://www.thegardenhelper.com/Hydrangea.htm


Subject: RE: hydrangras
From: Shawn
Zone:
Date: 15-Aug-08 05:14 PM EST

Hydrangeas of the blue type are usually of the macrophylla cultivars and take a while to establish if bought as a small plant. Ideal growing conditions for these are moist, but well drained soil, sun or partial shade and to retain the blue colour of the blooms they are best in an acidic soil.


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