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Mar 12, Hydrangea care. Watering Hydrangeas do best in moist soil and have a tendency to wilt in hot weather, so keep well watered during hot spells in summer. Water with rainwater to keep hydrangeas blue. Feeding and fertilising Mulch hydrangeas every year in spring, with leaf mould, well-rotted manure or BBC Gardeners' World Magazine.

Sep 07, Prune fall blooming hydrangeas, or old wood bloomers, after they bloom in the summer. If you prune old wooded hydrangeas in fall, you are cutting off next seasons blooms. Summer blooming hydrangeas, well trimmed bush girl, 1833 Georgetown MA those that bloom on new wood, are pruned in the fall, after they stop blooming. Aug 25, Hydrangea Care in the Fall. I’ve been learning a lot about caring for hydrangea plants in anticipation of the turn of seasons from summer to fall.

It turns out there are many different varieties and their care differs, depending on which type of plants you have. The variety growing in our yard is named Seaside Serenade Bar Harbor bushremoval.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Although the hydrangea’s leaves and flowers appear delicate, they actually don’t require a lot of tender care. These tips provide all you need to know about how to care for hydrangeas. Water at a rate of 1 inch per week throughout the growing season. Make sure your plant has good drainage.

If the soil is too wet, the roots might rot, and the plant will die. Incorporate a lot of organic matter and an all-purpose slow-release fertilizer into the soil to give your hydrangea a strong start.

General Hydrangea Care. Aug 17, 6. Clean up! Raking up the Hydrangea leaves after they fall is always a good idea.

This helps keep disease and over-wintering insects from remaining in the area. This is especially important for the control of Chilli Thrips that have been found disfiguring hydrangea foliage on the Cape. Hydrangeas are members of the hydrangea family (Hydrangeaceae) which is sometimes included in the honeysuckle family (Caprifoliaceae). Hydrangeaceae has genera and around species of plants native to both tropical and temperate habitats.

Nine genera are found in North America. These include vines, shrubs, trees and a few herbaceous plants.