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  1. Apr 11,  · If your hydrangea is starting to get too old or it is simply getting too large you can choose to prune back the mop head hydrangea. When you are cutting back this particular type of plant you should remove the dead stems at any time of the year, on an annual basis. After your plant has reached five years old, you can remove roughly one-third of.
  2. Incredibly floriferous, showy hydrangea with large, white flowers on strong, shorter stems. Zones: Height: 2 ½-3’ 6. Pinky Winky ® H. paniculata. A customer favorite; exceptionally large, two-toned white and pink flower panicles top this tall hydrangea. Zones: .
  3. Noteworthy Characteristics. Hydrangea macrophylla, commonly called big leaf hydrangea, is a deciduous shrub with a rounded habit that, in the St. Louis area, typically grows ’ tall and as wide unless damaged by harsh winters or pruned niepradgannecamulodifvemecbata.coinfo generally features serrate, obovate to elliptic, dark green leaves (” long) and large clusters of long-blooming summer flowers in either.
  4. Q: We've had ten hydrangeas in our yard for many years; and every summer they've produced beautiful bouquets for me to bring to work. This is the first year that not one of the bushes has bloomed, regardless of their location in my yard. Could it be because of the cold winter we had? Also, some years I cut the hydrangeas back in the fall and some years I don't.
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  7. Hydrangea serrata (Mountain Hydrangea): This blooms on last year’s wood. Prune right after it has finished blooming or just remove the dead flowers. Hydrangea paniculata (Peegee Hydrangea): This blooms on this year’s wood. Prune in early spring before new growth starts. For the largest flowers, thin to primary shoots.
  8. Hydrangea varieties can be found that will do well in zones 3 through 9. Hydrangea bushes are easy to grow. Most varieties prefer full sun and they can also use late afternoon shade in warmer climates to prevent wilting. Plant them in well drained, rich, loamy soil. If your soils are not rich and loamy, we suggest amending the soil before planting.

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