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How One Ingredient Changes the Color of Hydrangeas

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Hydrangeas bloom during the summer. George Bennett explains how to change the color of your hydrangeas just by changing the pH of the soil.

If you desire pink hydrangeas, add a super phosphate to the soil. Or if you want blue hydrangeas, add an acid to the soil.

-Posted by Annie Faulk

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