Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Hydrangea serrata 'Izu no Hana'...possibly I could have potted these up earlier

Thats a lot of roots.!

These cuttings were taken from a plant with incredibly blue flowers. We have a different 'Izu no Hana' in a different location whose flowers are pink. Hydrangea color is all about pH; assuming the genetic of the plant allow it to produce deep blue flowers, the lower the pH, the bluer the color.

1 comment:

Doug said...

Those are some very healthy roots.What do you use to root your cuttings. I usually use 50% peat moss, 50% perlite.