TOP 10 Tips on How to Plant, Grow and Care for Hydrangeas
Endless Summer® Hydrangeas is a collection of Hydrangea macrophylla perennial shrubs that have the unique ability to re-bloom throughout the spring and summer months, giving more color and visual appeal to your garden for a longer period of time.
Deadheading A Hydrangea: Removing Spent Blooms On Hydrangea - The process of removing fading blooms diverts the plant’s energy from seed production to new growth. Hydrangeas especially benefit from deadheading, as long as a few simple rules are followed. To learn more about deadheading hydrangea blooms, click here.
PRUNING hydrangea bushes should be pruned in late fall or early winter or they will not perform well the next year, but it’s an easy winterizing task. Prune them after the last leaves have fallen off and prune the stems of healthy established plants down to 24-36” high which allows for new growth on the canes in the spring. Prune back the number of new stems in the spring if you want larger and less numerous blooms in summer.