The Q&A Archives: Hydrangea

Question: just bought 2 hydrangea plants,bluish color....after 2 weeks they are losing their color. What can I do?

Answer: As the flowers age they tend to fade. This is your signal to prune them off the plant. Your hydrangea may develop new flowers in a few weeks. Those will be blue until they age and begin to fade. That's just the way hydrangeas are. Just cut off the flowers when they begin to lose their color. Best wishes with your new plant.

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