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I am in the middle of transplanting hydrangeas, a common late season activity for me. Has your hydrangea outgrown its space? Maybe it didn’t flower and needs more sun. Or maybe you need to fill a hole somewhere else in your garden. It could be time to move your hydrangea to a better spot. Let’s…
A drought stricken hydrangea is heartbreaking – at least to me. This summer has had a dramatic impact on hydrangeas. If you didn’t monitor them daily to hydrate them, you might be heading for some losses. Which is what I am reading about and hearing from some of you.
About this time last year, I did a post on hydrangea “Antique Season.” It’s still applicable this year (as it will continue to be). BUT, rather than repeat the post which you can read HERE, I thought I would go one stop further and cover how to dry/preserve those fabulous flowers as they morph into…
We are coming into the home stretch for what to do w/your hydrangeas in the later part of the season. Where I garden in US Zone 5b, we are almost out of time by mid-August. But if you garden where it is warmer, you have a few more weeks.
I am often asked to help someone identify what kind of hydrangea they have. Many people have plants that they inherited when they bought their home, or someone gave it to them, or they lost the tag, etc. You may wonder why this matters. It matters ‘cause in hydrangea-land you treat different kinds of hydrangeas…
This is the time of year when many gardeners wonder about deadheading their hydrangeas. Like everything else about this shrub, what you do depends on the type of hydrangea you have and what you want to achieve. Let’s dig down into the details.
Now that we are in mid-season, it’s time to prune your big leaf and mountain hydrangeas for the last time this season. IMPROVE YOUR PLANTS’ LOOK Does your plant look like this where the new growth from this season is hiding the flowers? If you want to reveal those flowers, now is the time…
Finally, it’s here. The hydrangeas in USDA Zones 5 and 6 are not only showing buds, but flowers have begun to emerge on some varieties. So it’s time for a status check for this season’s hydrangeas.
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