Answer: Hydrangeas grow best in morning sun and afternoon shade. They will begin to bloom when they are 2-3 years old. Hydrangeas bloom on new wood which is produced on old wood so each winter or early spring you'll want to prune your hydrangea back, leaving 12-18" of old wood on the plant. In the spring new shoots will develop on this old wood and each new shoot should produce a flower. In your gardening region the soil is generally acidic so your hydrangea will produce blue flowers.
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