Friday, June 25, 2010
The Cape Hydrangeas - the intensity of the color is determined by the acidity of the soil. This bush was planted along side a church which was across from the ocean. I'm not sure if it's just folklore, but the hydrangea heads on bushes near salt water seems to be more vibrant. Maybe the salt air - salt in the soil contributes to its hue too?
Have not spent much time learning the functions of this new mac so I will be posting when I become a bit more proficient. Hope you are all enjoying your summer.