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Blue hydrangea blooms turning white/green/brown

I bought a blue hydrangea that I think is Endless Summer (I don’t remember what the tag said), the blooms are turning a brownish color. The leaves are fine and green, though the bush had some sun damage on one bunch of blooms when I bought it, but now the rest are starting to tuen green-brown. I try to keep the soil moist and know it may need some nutrients, I’m just not sure how to fix it. How can I get it vibrant and blue again?

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#1 Comment By MichiganDot On 07/07/2019 @ 6:18 pm

It looks to me that the blooms are simply fading, the fate of all flower blossoms. The good news is that Endless Summer is a repeat bloomer; when the flowers are no longer attractive, cut them off. Here is a good growing guide including pH info: [1]

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