How do you prune hydrangeas?


A person can prune Hydrangeas by removing dead canes. Old flowers should also be removed from the Hydrangea. Pruning should actually be done throughout the summer.
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1. Situate hydrangeas in an area where they will be shaded during the hottest parts of the day, if you have not already planted them. A well-drained, richly composted location on
1. Select a container with bottom drainage holes. Use a container 2 to 4 inches deeper and wider than the nursery container. Choose a light-colored container to reflect the heat.
1. Re-pot your hydrangea in a pot of fresh, dry soil and make sure you do not overwater your plant if indoors. Yellow, floppy leaves mean you are overwatering your hydrangea, and
Bigleaf hydrangeas - Hydrangea macrophylla - and oakleaf hydrangeas - H. quercifolia - both bloom on old wood, meaning that the branches or stems won't produce blooming flowers until
1 Additional Answer Answer for: hydrangea
[hahy-dreyn-juh, -jee-uh, -dran-]
any shrub belonging to the genus Hydrangea, of the saxifrage family, several species of which are cultivated for their large, showy flower clusters of white, pink, or blue.
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