What type of fertilizer do I use on your Endless Summer Hydrangea? And - Knowledgebase Question

Cottage Grove, MN
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Question by majelcarroll
September 24, 2005
I have an Endless Summer Hydrangea bushes and would like to plant it in my yard. If it likes acid soil, can I plant it by my tall Pine trees? What formula fertilzer should I use? Such as 10-10-10 etc..... Can I still plant it outside yet this year?

Thank You

Answer from NGA
September 24, 2005
Plant your hydrangea now so the roots can become established before winter settles in. Planting it near your pine trees should be just fine. Wait until growth begins in the spring, then feed with a 10-10-10 or 20-20-20 general purpose fertilizer, in amounts as recommended on the package. Enjoy your hydrangea!

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