Answer: Endless Summer hydrangeas should bloom beautifully for you - all summer long. They need a few hours of morning sunshine in order to bloom and they will grow lots of foliage, sometimes at the expense of flowering, if they receive too much nitrogen fertilizer. Even if you don't deliberately feed your hydrangea, if it is near a lawn that is regularly fed, it could be getting too much nitrogen. Aside from their need for a few hours of sunshine and not much fertilizer, they are reasonably easy care plants. You may have to move your hydrangea to a sunnier spot before it can perform well for you. Good luck with your garden!
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