The Q&A Archives: Red Star Hydrangea

Question: What can I do to ensure that the blooms will be red and not be pink?

Answer: This wonderful compact hydrangea will be deep dark blue in acidic soil and deep pink to red in neutral soil. You can ensure your hydrangea blooms a red color by adding super phosphate to the soil at two week intervals begining in the spring just as the plant is leafing out.

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