Endless Summer Hydrangea - Knowledgebase Question

Wayne, NJ
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Question by babycks806
November 26, 2005
Now that my Endless Summer Hydrangea have died due to frost & cold weather, what do I do next so they come back next year. Do I trim them all the way back? Please advise They are so beautiful and I really want them to come back next year.

Thank You

Answer from NGA
November 26, 2005
There's nothing you need to do to with your hydrangea this fall or winter; simply cut it back in early spring to remove any winter killed wood. Endless Summer is remarkably hardy, even to Zone 4, but if your plant dies down to soil level during the winter, it will send up new flowering stems the following year. Best wishes with your garden!

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