We have shown perviously in our Today's Flower blog of the Lace-Capped Hydrangea and the white Annabelle Hydrangea from our Garden. This time we show the most popular Mophead Hydrangea. They are not from our garden. When I went back to Cape Cod in late Spring, I gave all our Mophead Hydrangea a good pruning of its dried branches from last year, not knowing by doing it, I inhibited the flowering of this year.
These photos were taken at Point Reyes Station at Marine County north of San Francisco. As we all know that the color of hydrangea changes depending on the acidity of its soil.
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