The Q&A Archives: Endless Summer Hydrangea

Question: I recently planted Endless Summer Hydrangea in raised beds. When first planted all 3 plants had numerous blooms. Since then only 1 plant has two flowers remaining. The other plants are bare. What can I do to get the

Answer: Your new hydrangeas are busy trying to become established in their new homes which is why they have suspended growth and flowering. Give them another month or two to adjust and you should see some new growth. Endless Summer flowers on new growth so as soon as they are able, they will flower. In the meantime you can prune off the spent flowers and continue to water on a regular basis. Enjoy your garden!

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