Hydrangea v blueberry
When I moved here, I inherited a big old container with a single bare woody stem in it. A gardener advised me to keep the woody stem as he suspected it was still alive and might come back (even though neither of us know what it was).... so I did. I bought a pink hydrangea and planted it alongside.
Two years later the mystery stem turned out to be blueberry and it produced a massive crop of teeny tiny blueberries.
now the container needs a little top up if soil and I don't know what to use! I don't want blue hydrangeas and I'm debating if I need to separate the plants so that they can each thrive? Manure is too rich for blueberries and ericaceous might change the colour of the hydrangea (I assume).