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Hydrangeas are one of the most beautiful of all perennial shrubs.

Jun 25, Plant your hydrangea in spring after the danger of frost has passed. Dig a hole as deep as the root ball and times as wide.

Planting Your Hydrangea Planting your Hydrangea in early spring or in the fall is ideal.

Gently loosen the roots, then plant using plenty of rich soil. Give the hydrangea a thorough soaking at the base daily for the first week while the plant gets established. Hydrangeas need minimal care in well-drained, fertile soil, and are shade lovers. They’ll grow to several feet in height and can be three to five feet wide.

Newer cultivars that reflower are also available, which provide color again and again. There is also Hydrangea paniculata, which has smaller leaves and thrives with morning sun. Planting your Hydrangea in early spring or in the fall is ideal. When you are planting a Hydrangea, remember that the blooms and stems must be protected from strong winds and the hot afternoon sun.

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Avoid planting in open areas where strong winds could break stems. May 29, HYDRANGEA CARE Fortunately, these shrubs are easy to care for and are cold hardy in our area.

Limelight hydrangeas have elegant green foliage and are manageable at 6 feet tall and wide.

Here in north Florida, most hydrangeas prefer morning sun with afternoon shade and rich well-drained soil. For the best results, Limelight hydrangeas and reblooming hydrangea varieties should be fertilized times per year with Espoma’s Hollytone.

Sep 10, Madonna may not like them, but most people love them. here is a few tips on fall care and pruning your hydrangeas for more blooms next year!

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