Wednesday, July 1, 2009

In bloom!

The front yard is blooming

The front yard is looking good! This was tiny (and pink!) last year but it has really grown and is now sort of pinky-purple.


De in D.C. said...

You must have naturally acidic soil. Mop-head Hydrangeas turn blue in the presence of acid. Your bush must have been grown in a basic soil-less medium, so the pink lasted through the transplant and now that it's grown so much is being affected by your regular soil. If you want the blossoms to be pink you can treat the area with lime to bring the Ph up.

Aimee said...

I am so jealous! My hydrangeas have never produced a bloom. Yours are gorgeous!