Hydrangeas and their gorgeous blooms have been a favorite flower to many. Why not try to grow them? These helpful tips will get you on your way!
Before you pick hydrangeas for your garden you must know your zone. This will help you know which flowers will do well in your area!
Plant your hydrangeas in the early spring or during the fall. Hydrangeas do best when they are in an area that provides some shade.
All hydrangeas LOVE water. Just don't drown them. I have found it is best to get them on a drip system for consistent watering. Fertilize them Spring and Fall.
Holly Tone has been my go to fertilizer for my hydrangeas for several years!
When it comes to pruning your hydrangeas, it's important to know whether they bloom on old wood or new wood. You can find these details by clicking the link below.