Proper hydrangea care begins by choosing a variety that is within the area's cold-hardiness temperature range. Select a suitable, well-drained spot ranging from full sun to deep shade, depending on the selected hydrangea... More »

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To take care of a hydrangea bush, choose a variety suitable to the climate zone, plant the bush in an area with lots of space, give the soil lots of drainage, add organic material to the soil and fertilize once a year. W... More »

Some tips for planting hollyhock flowers include ensuring that the soil pH is within the ideal range, spacing out plants and selecting an area of the garden where they can thrive. Gardeners should also ensure that the ga... More »

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To plant a hydrangea, dig a hole, place the plant in the center, fill the hole with soil, and water the area thoroughly. Choose a planting location with well-drained soil and the right amount of sunlight for the variety ... More »

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To turn hydrangeas blue, ensure you have a color changing variety, acidify the soil and add aluminum sulfate. Some varieties of white hydrangeas do not change color. In varieties that respond, lowering the pH provides a ... More »

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The time that hydrangeas bloom can vary from early spring to mid-summer, depending on the variety of the hydrangea. These blooms last until the autumn and can be blue, red, pink or white in color. More »

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Proper care of a Guzmania bromeliad involves putting clean water in the plant’s central cup, keeping the plant in a place with moderate shade and adding small amounts of liquid fertilizer during the growing season. You s... More »