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    • anne morel

      Hydrangeas framed with boxwoods and ground cover flowers | Garden inspiration for the transitional home jardin breton

    • Clark & Barlow Hardware

      Blue hydrangeas, boxwood, and white impatiens | Planting Foliage | Plants In Garden | Landscaping Design | Garden Ideas and Inspiration

    • Bonnie Madrid

      Blue hydrangeas, boxwood, and white impatiens = Nice combination planting along a shady garden path

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    • Rochelle Scott

      Blue hydrangeas, boxwood, and white impatiens - garden ideas!

    • Pam Griffin

      Lovely blue hydrangea garden path love the layers

    • Kyndra

      Lovely blue hydrangea garden path

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    Correct Alkaline Soils for Acid-Loving Plants Brings out blue color in hydrangeas, greens up azaleas and rhododendrons, and helps produce luscious blueberries All-natural, chemical-free and low in salts — won't "burn" plants We recommend testing your soil pH before applying sulfur 6-lb. bag Applying organic, elemental garden sulfur is a safe and effective way to lower soil pH. Sulfur is also an important soil nutrient for promoting disease resistance.

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    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.

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