Last fall we moved our Nikko blue hydrangea bushes out of the way of our planned new construction.
They’re bound to fill out in the future but their blooms are as blue as ever. The blue tendency comes from the type of hydrangea as well as the acidity of the soil. Under all the oak trees our soil is acidic.
Hydrangeas make great cut flowers as well as dried flowers. They tend to dry the color they are when picked.
I love these old-fashioned blue flowers.
Probably because they’re my favorite color and not many flowers can make that claim.
What’s your favorite flower color?