Green Snowballs

I wonder why my neighbor's hydrangea blooms turn green. Mine start cream with a hint of pink. I know you can get blue blooms by altering the soil (I forget if it is acid or alkaline that makes them blue), but green?

Green Snowballs

A mystery for now. I'm too tired to research it.

tinajo  – (September 14, 2012 at 1:59 AM)  

Green huh?! Never heard about it! :-)

puna  – (September 14, 2012 at 3:26 PM)  

Mine are green also. From what I can find, hydrangea blooms turn all kinds of colors as they age...one site claims they'll turn a rose before they brown for the winter. Wouldn't that be nice! It seems to also depend quite a bit on what your climate is...I can't wait to see what happens next!

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