Very new to hydrangeas, so bear with me. I suggested that we plant some hydrangeas and my wife wanted purple ones, "like we had at our wedding". They were mopheads and were a medium purple color, not light and not dark, and they were a single, solid color. Are there any hydrangea plants that consistently make purple flowers? I've been searching for a while and have had any luck. I know some guys that are more on the blue end will produce some flowers that are more on the purple-ish side, so maybe that's where our florist got them? I also know that you can change the color on some plants by messing with the acidity, but can you stop somewhere between pink and blue and get purple? Do all hydrangeas change color to some extent due to acidity?
Thanks for your help!
This post was edited by Towsonite on Fri, May 9, 14 at 23:53