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    This Old House - 10 uses for coffee grounds

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    This could be my favorite flower!

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    Grow Blue Hydrangeas Work grounds into the soil at the base of mophead hydrangeas to increase the acidity level. This helps the shrubs absorb aluminum, which you can add to the soil to keep the flowers a vibrant blue. Photo: Heather Coleman / Commons.Wikimedia.org | thisoldhouse.com | from 10 Uses for Coffee Grounds

  • Masa Wittkopp

    blue hydrangea use old/used grounded coffee for more blue color

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Hydrangeas & Coffee Grounds, I put some coffee grounds around my hydrangea bush and they have started turning purple. Love it!

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hydrangea; they always make me think of my grandmother; mine had bushes so big you could hide under them; always wondered why they didn't have a scent.

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Hydrangea colors... Someone across town has a dark purple one and it is gorgeous! I would love one of those for our yard.

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Annabelle Hydrangea, white, mophead variety, soil acidity doesn't change color

Great tip! Place pennies or citrus peels around the base of hydrangeas to adjust the pH level of the soil and encourage more of a blue color.

Put a couple of pennies in the soil with your hydrangeas to turn them blue