Answer: It's a little early for hydrangeas to be in bloom so I suspect the plants were forced to bloom out of season. They will eventually revert back to their normal bloom cycle which is eary summer through fall if you plant them outdoors. Hydrangeas need morning sun and filtered shade in the afternoons. They will bloom on new wood so each spring you need to cut them back to encourage lots of new flowering stems. Give your plants a little time and they will get back into a regular growing/blooming cycle. enjoy!
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