Here’s a simple and inexpensive way to turn pink hydrangeas blue

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MILWAUKEE -- Turn pink hydrangeas blue with monthly treatments that are both simple and inexpensive. Learn what to do when and how long it will take.

As apple blossoms turn into tiny apples, it is time to remove the extras and bag the rest to protect what is left. Strange as this sounds, you’ll have bigger apples with fewer worms in them come this fall.

Thinning out crowded seedlings by removing the extras will give each the space it needs to grow. Read the seed packet for final spacing to assure the best crop.

You can head to the Milwaukee County UW-Extension Horticulture page for more gardening information.