Mopheads (Hydrangea macrophylla) are the most popular hydrangeas grown in home gardens and landscapes. Most mopheads grown today are blue or pink but a few varieties are white.
Lacecap Hydrangeas and Mophead Hydrangeas are both classified as Hydrangea macrophylla. Both types require the same growing environment.
Any of the hydrangeas below (except the white ones) can be either blue or pink, depending on the soil composition.
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Links To Other Mophead Hydrangea Related Information
- Where and How to Plant Your Hydrangeas
- How to Fertilize Your Hydrangeas
- Reasons Hydrangeas Don't Bloom
- Pruning Mophead Hydrangeas (See Method 1)
- Propagating Hydrangeas
- Protecting Hydrangeas in Winter
- Changing the Color of Hydrangea Blooms
- Drying Hydrangeas Naturally
- Drying Hydrangeas with Silica Gel