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My mother-in-law (a wonderful godly woman) would root her species Hydrangea by digging a shallow hole, laying a Hydragea branch in the hole (late spring/early summer), back-filling the hole with the dirt and placing a brick on top of the hole/branch. In the fall, the branch would have rooted into the soil just in time for a fall harvest to transplant. Miss you Bernice Moore!
Growing Blue Hydrangeas: Blue flowers are produced in acid soil (pH 5.5 and lower), and pink flowers are produced in alkaline soil (pH 7 and higher). You can add garden sulphur, acidic organic mulch or aluminum sulfate around your hydrangeas to acidify the soil to encourage the blue. For pink flowers, add lime to make the soil more alkaline.