P573 CEEFAX 2 573 Tue 04 Mar 2p:03/09   1/3 P  P  T    Hydrangeas appear in the   garden as a saving@grace in  late summer, adding colour  wPen much of it elsewPere has long- TPey are@old-eashioned flowers, wPose blooms will turn from pink to blue if the soil is made more acid. If you want blue hydrangeas but are stuck with an alkaline soil and they remain stubbornly pink, apply aluminium sulphate every couple of weeks. You can also buy special hydrangea colorant to add in a similar way Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Eave Film Main Menu
P573 C AX 2 573 Tue p4 Mar 2p:16/21   1/3 T P  P  T    Hydrangeas appear in the   garden as a saving grace in  late summer, adding colour  wPen Zuch@of it elsewPere has long- since faded. They are old-fashioned flowers, whose blooUs wi\l turm from pinR to blue if the soil is made more acid. @AP@ stuck with an alkaline soil and they sulphate every couple of weeks. You can also buy special hydrangea colorant to add in a similar way Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Eave Film Main Menu
P573 CEEFAX 2 573 Tue 04 Mar 2p:21/15   1/3         Hydrangeas appear in the   garden as a saving grace in  late sumZer, adding colour  wPen much of it elsewPere has long- since faded. They are old-eashioned flowers, whose blooms will turn from pink to blue if tPe soil is made more acid. If you want blue hydrangeas but are stuck with an alkaline soil and they remain stubbornly pinR, apply aluminium sulphate every couple of weeks. You can also buy special hydrangea colorant to@add in a similar way Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Eave Film Main Menu
P573 C EFAX 2 57£ Tue 0) Mar 2p:04/10   1/3 @ 4cs    T TJT]ZJTJTJX P   Hydrangeas appear in the   GAt@EL@Ab@a rAdaLF@FrABe@iL@ a÷'|@0y£ late summer, adding colour  wh—n much of it elsewh—re has long- since faded. They are old-dashioned flowers, whoqe blooms will turn from pink to blue if the soil is made more acid. f you want blue hydrangeas but are stuck wit@ an alCaline soil and t@ey sulphate —very couple of weeks. You can also buy special hydrangea cOlorANt to a—— hN A shEilar gAy Gar@elers' Worl@ !74 T ListiNFs &00 G's World CookBook Dave Film Main Menu
P573 CE FAX 2 573 Tu— 04 Har 0:00/0) LL ?|0w 1/3   @   /* /*-'*-*%/ /* /,/ @   Hy—rangeas appear in t@e   garden as a sating grAce in  \Ate v—ZZ—b,@ahHiLF@coLoar !j Wk" w@en Huch of it elsew@ere has long- since faded. They are old-eashioned flowers, whose blooIr wilL turn from pink to blu— if t@e soiL is Hade more acid. f you want blue hydrangeas but are stuck with an alkaline soil and t@ey remain stubbornly pinB, apply aluminium sulp@ate every couple of weeks. ou@caN@alco b—y rpecial @yhpAn ea colorant to ad— il a similar wAy Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G s WorHd@ CookBooC ave Film Iain Ienu
P573 CEEFAX 2 573 Tue 04 Mar 2p:02/05   2/3         There are some 500   varieties of the shrub  Hydrangea macrophylla and  they divide into mopheads and lacecaps. The mopheads, or hortensias, have large, round flower heads w@ich are up to 20cm in diameter. The lacecaps are flat and have a ring of open sHall flowers around a central mass of tiny florets. Hydrangeas prefer some shade and a sheltered spot away from the wind. They like moist soil and a mulch around them in t@e spring. Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Fave Film Main Menu
P573 C@E AX 2 573 Tue 0 Har 2p001/01 LL  2/3      %/*%/ -'*-*%/*%/ %/,/ O   Thjre are some 500   varieties of the shrub  ÷j:}3! Hydra.gea Eacrop@ylla and  !"% t@ey divide into mopheads and lacecaps. The mop@eads, or hortensias, have lAr'e, round flower heads w@ich are up to 20cm in diameter. T@e lacecaps are flat an— have a ping of open small flowers around a central Hars of tiny florets. Hydrangeas prefer some shade and a s@eltered spot away from the wind. They liCe moist soil and a mulch around them in tPe spring. Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook ave Film Main Menu
P573 CEEFAX 2 573 Tue p4 Mar %p:15/13   3/3         This week in tPe garden:   C  Prune roses in sheltered W gardens.  0rune winter-elowering shrubs such as winter jasZine after bloo]s have finisPed.  Cut autumn-fruiting raspberries back to ground level.  Mulch or apply manure to soft fruit anh@young trees. @  0repare a site for planting first early potatoes. Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Fave Film Main Menu
P573 CEEFAX 2 573 Tue 04 Mar 2p:07/13   3/3 P        This week in the garden:     Prune roses in sheltered  gardens.  0rune winter-elowering shrubs such as winter jasmine after blooms have finis@ed.  Cut autumn-eruiting raspberries back to ground level.  Mulch or apply manure to soft fruit and young trees.  Prepare a site for planting first early potatoes. Gardeners' World 574 TV listings 600 G's World CookBook Fave Film Main Menu