Pink Hydrangea is a species of flowering plant in the hydrangeaceae family. This deciduous shrub has many varieties which produce pink flowers. Also known as Hortensia, they are popular with florists as cut flowers, sold in pots for house plants, and are a favorite plant in the home garden.
Pink Hydrangea flowers grow in many shades of color with hues, tones, and shades of light pinks, dark pinks, hot pinks, and even bicolor pinks. Hydrangea colors are unique because the coloration of the hortensia bloom can be manipulated by changing the levels of acidity, alkalinity, and aluminum of the soil in which they are planted. A complete flower color change from pink to blue or vice versa can be achieved.
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Pink hydrangeas are one of the many color varieties of flowering plants found within the hortensia family. Many pink hydrangea come from the macrophylla species, but pink flowers can also be found within the Serrata species. Pink Hortensia also have different flower head shapes and when planting you may choose from pink mophead hydrangeas, pink lacecap hydrangeas, and pink panicle hydrangeas.
Pink Hydrangea Flowers
Pink hydrangeas have immense blooms made up of a cluster of small flowers that form a stunning ball shape. Pink hydrangea flowers flaunt an old-world charm that is impossible to resist. Perfect for any occasion, hydrangeas are the embodiment of high couture floral design. They are the ultimate style statement in wedding flower decor, and have become the inspiration of elegant flower delivery service.
Pink Hydrangea Varieties
There are many pink hydrangea varieties within the different species of the hydrangeaceae family. There are pink macrophylla hydrangea, pink serrata hydrangea, pink paniculata hydrangea, and pink quercifolia hydrangea.
Pink Hydrangea Colors
Depending on the plant variety you choose to plant pink hydrangea colors are endless. Hortensia plants can grow in many shades of pink flowers with different hues and shades of pinks, such as light pinks, dark pinks, pastel pinks, and even bicolor pinks.
Light Pink Hydrangeas
Hot Pink Hydrangeas
Bicolor Pink Hydrangeas
Pastel Pink Hydrangeas