Hydrangea - Spring Freeze - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by robertfherma
April 7, 2007
Having a early warm spring, hydrangeas have shown 3

Answer from NGA
April 7, 2007
I'm sorry to hear that! The new growth is certainly dead and portions of the older branches may die back as well. Be very patient waiting for new growth to appear from lower down on the plant. Usually, this type of nasty spring weather does not kill the plant. It may however fail to bloom this year as a result of damage to the flower buds and flowering wood.

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