Hydrangea

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    Lisak1

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    @DutchMuch - are you starting a nursery?

    I love hydrangeas. Ours in the front yard are blue - the ones in the back stay pink. No idea why! We did learn last year the difference between mopheads and lace heads when we were researching why some of ours had full, beautiful blooms and the others had unopened buds. We also learned that the big box store sells them all as mopheads, even when they aren't.
     
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    Do Hydrangeas work in a bog? We had some outside and when a cold few days came, the flowers all died.
     
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    DutchMuch Lord Of The Aquascapes!

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    wouldn't think so
     
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    MoonShadows The Jam Man

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    No, they will not survive in a bog.
     
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    to wet will rot the roots .
     
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    I say pick up a cheap one and try it. Hydrangea love moist soil. I would not be surprised if it did well planted right on bogs edge.
     
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    you could leave it in it's pot, just clean the roots well and repot it and see if it struggles .If it does then it is easy to move it
     
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    DutchMuch Lord Of The Aquascapes!

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    *aquaponics hydrangea*
     
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