My hydrangeas have lost their minds. That mild winter must of have been very pleasing to them and to show their pleasure they are putting on an amazing show, not quite like anything I've ever found in a nursery catalog. I've always understood that bloom color was based on the acidity or not of the soil. This particular bush was a gift to Handy Many from my family when he lost his father. The tag said it was blue, but would need acidic soil to remain so. I've tried to oblige, as blue is what the Handy Man likes. First of all, this puppy is now about 5 feet tall and 6 feet wide and secondly it is popping out all over in an amazing array of colors. I have a rainbow in my yard.
Would you prefer pale pink?