"endless summer hydrengea" - Knowledgebase Question

old lyme, ct
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Question by gunillajh
September 9, 2005
when is the best time to plant, in the fall or beginning of spring

Answer from NGA
September 9, 2005
In my experience hydrangeas are better planted in the spring in cold winter areas such as yours. This allows them all summer and fall to become rooted and established. This lessens the chances of winter damage that first winter.

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