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Philibert Commerson discovered Hydrangea in China during 1767! Since then many different varieties have been created. Hydrangeas like an acid soil for best results, so apply plenty of peat containing compost whilst planting. When growing Hydrangea, you may want to test the pH of your soil so that you will be sure of what flower color will emerge. In soil with a pH greater than 7.0, hydrangea will be pink; in soil with a pH less than 7.0, the blossoms will be blue.
There are various Hydrangeas varieties available such as the Hydrangeas paniculata types, the Hydrangeas macrophylla types, Hydrangea sserrata, Hydrangea ssargentiana and Hydrangeas aspera types.