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Blue Hydrangea - Hydrangea macrophylla 12-18"
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A Blue Hydrangea is one of many Hydrangea breeds; it can grow to 4 to 6 Feet in Height and 4 to 6 feet in Width. Many species of Hydrangea produces White Flowers, but for Blue Hydrangea the soil needs to be more acidic with a pH under 6, The Flowers bloom from Early Spring to Late Autumn. Be sure to not give your Hydrangea too much shade as this will cause the Flowers Fail to Bloom. In Japan they make a Sweet Tea called Amacha which is made by Fermenting the Leaves, crushing them up and mixing with water. A medicine that contains Anti-Allergic properties is also made from this Plans. Blue Hydrangea is a Flowering Shrub, and it is native southern and eastern Asia. This shrub is also called Nikko Blue Hydrangea and also Hydrangea Macrophylla by the botanical name. They do outstandingly well when placed in areas that offer full and partial sunlight and also moist and well-drained soils. They do good when planted in climate zones six through nine. These shrubs bring in lots of vivid blue color as they grow and produce round blooms that appear as large balls. The blooms are made up of small blue flowers and look amazing in gardens and also planted around the lawn. They become very full and dense as they grow and display very large bright green leaves. The flowers have a very fluffy look to them when in bloom and they grow best when they receive some shade.