Blame it on the Bunnies
Posted 20 June, 10on:
I have never claimed to be a gardener, but this hydrangea begs to differ. Typically, hydrangeas are not suppose to be pruned. That is one of things I love about them. They thrive on neglect. It appears this particular hydrangea will need a little pruning are we will not be able to get to our front door.
This is our other hydrangea bush. I love how it has blooms in two different colors. Hydrangeas get their color from the acidity in the soil. A family of bunnies reside under this hydrangea bush. It had a hard time getting established because the bunnies ate the leaves for breakfast. Now that is bigger, the bunnies are still impacting the life of this bush by changing the acidity of the soil.