Winterizing Endless Summer Hydrangea?

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Summer Hydrangeas need to be winterized in order to prepare it for snow and cold weather or temperatures. You start winterizing by tying a colourful string around the hydrangea stem and then raking away material from the base. You will then place garden stakes around the hydrangea, wrap burlap around the stakes and then prune the hydrangea through clipping blooms behind the flower.
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