By Arricca SanSone p> Aug 1, 2018
Exposure: USDA Hardiness Zones: 3 to 10 Recommended varieties: Panicle (Limelight, Little Lime, Fire and Ice, Bombshell); Smooth (Annabelle, Invincibelle Spirit II, Incrediball); Oakleaf (Ice Crystal, Gatsby Star); Bigleaf (Wedding Gown, Cherry Explosion, Endless Summer, LA Dreamin '); Mountain (Tuff Stuff, Tiny Tuff Stuff) Pests, Powdery mildew
Dig a hole about twice the size of the container. The ball rises to the bottom of the ground or the bottom. Back to the bottom of the soil, gently around the plant, with some balanced fertilizer. Water deeply. Because hydrangeas have shallow root systems, mulch well to prevent them from drying out. p> How to Care for Hydrangeas
They are not wet feet. Feed the shrub fertilizer in the spring. After all the flower has been in the water. p>
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below p> Are hydrangeas difficult to grow?
Actually, no. They’re one coastline in most climates. But where the sun and afternoon shade are. Make sure you have the right spot in your garden. p> How do I make my turn blue hydrangeas?
Contrary to popular belief, not all types of hydrangeas will change color bloom. It is not clear that there will be a lot of water. If you didn’t keep your plant tag, you’ve got it. Next, check your soil's pH kit. You need acidic soil for blue flowers. If you have a blue skyline, add aluminate sulfate granules according to the package instructions. p> When do I prune my hydrangeas?
This is one of the most common questions! There are some types of growth rates (called "new wood"), If you’re not sure, you’re risking the next year’s blooms. Orn’t just wait for the prune until it leaves it. Then just take it off the dead stuff. p>
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