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Of course, once you buy them, drastically pruning them every spring becomes.



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Panicle Hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata and cvs., Zones 3–8) You may have purchased this plant either as a shrub or as one with an elevated head called a tree form or “on a standard” in the nursery industry.

Both can be pruned in the same way. When to prune: Early spring is best, when the first green new growth appears but the threat of frost has bushdisposal.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Apr 02, The only time you cannot prune this particular hydrangea trees in the summer when the hydrangea is preparing to bloom. Many people who use this variety to create a hedge around the garden will typically cut back within a few inches off the ground during the fall just so that the plants don’t become aesthetically displeasing during the bushdisposal.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Sep 04, To form a hydrangea tree, the nurseryman chooses a young specimen with a robust central branch and begins to “prune it into submission.” He removes any other branches and also secondary branches that grow on the branch selected to be the future trunk. Staking is often needed to keep the trunk rigidly vertical during the first few years. When to prune: panicle hydrangeas can be pruned in late fall, once the plant has gone completely dormant (i.e., has lost all of its leaves and has been bare for at least two weeks), or in early spring, just as the new growth begins to emerge.





Plant in well-drained to moist, amended soil. Water well after planting; maintain 1” of water once a week the first year. Prune in late fall to early spring to control size and form, down to a ″ ball. Deadhead flowers anytime for repeat blooming. Reduce stems for larger flowers, keep more stems for small flowers.

Hydrangeas generally need very little pruning. However, there are times when a good prune will be helpful. Here are 5 reasons to prune hydrangeas. Damaged and Diseased Stems. Always prune out damaged or diseased stems.

Many hydrangeas that bloom heavily (particularly on long stems) will get weighed down from heavy rain, or blown around by strong winds, and you may see snapped or bent.





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