Hydrangea flowers

Hydrangea flowers

Hydrangea flowers are a naturally occurring pH indicator and can change color depending on soil acidity. In acid soils, chemical reactions occur in the soil that turns the flowers blue. In alkaline soils, these reactions cannot occur causing the flowers to remain pink.

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