Answer: Pee Gee hydrangeas should be in bloom all summer so yes, they should be in bloom now. However, young plants may not bloom their first summer in the ground, and transplanting into the garden can set them back a bit, as well. Instead of forming flowers they spend their time establishing their roots. Hydrangea leaves are quite distinctive so if you think you have a hydrangea, you probably do. Which one you have will be difficult to determine until it flowers. Wish I could offer more insight!
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