Do Hydrangeas Change Color? Tips for changing

Blue Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are beautiful plants that bloom in pretty shades of blue, pink, and purple. But is it possible for hydrangea flowers to change colors? Some bigleaf, Lacecap or mophead hydrangeas (Hydrangea Macrophylla) have the ability to change the color of their blooms from pink to blue to purple based on the pH of the soil. … Read more

How much Sunlight do Hydrangeas need?


All plants need sunlight to grow. For hydrangeas, too much sunlight or too little sunlight can both cause problems. Hydrangeas need 4 to 6 hours of daily sunlight on average. This varies on the specific Hydrangea as some can grow in less sunlight, while some need more. Some Hydrangea species can also grow in full … Read more

11 Causes and Solutions for Hydrangea Leaves Turning Yellow

Hydrangea Leaves Turning Yellow

If you have hydrangeas, you will face the common problem of hydrangea leaves turning yellow at some point. Let us look at the 11 causes and possible solutions to fix them. Causes for Hydrangea Leaves Turning Yellow Let us look at the causes and how you can fix your Hydrangea. #1. Overwatering One of the … Read more

Tips to Grow Hydrangeas under Pine Trees?


There are very few plants that can grow under trees that have a dense shade. If you are planning to grow hydrangeas under pine tree, you might wonder if your hydrangea will grow healthy. Hydrangeas can grow under pine trees under optimal conditions. The Pine canopy should not be too thick and provide dappled sunlight … Read more

Why is my Hydrangea Flowers Turning Green?

Hydrangea Flowers turning green

Hydrangea plants come in a lot of pretty colors like blue, pink, lavender, and cream. So, it can be a bit off-putting to see your hydrangea with green flowers. Here are a few reasons why your colorful hydrangea flowers might start turning green. #1. The life cycle of hydrangeas One of the most common reasons … Read more

Hydrangea Transplant Shock and How to Reduce Damage


Plants have been designed to stay in one place their entire lives. So, transplanting hydrangea is bound to cause some problems, and transplant shock is inevitable. How to reduce transplant shock for Hydrangea? There are some things you can do to reduce the transplant shock that a plant experiences. #1. Don’t damage the root system … Read more