Peegee Hydrangea Tree - Knowledgebase Question

Anoka, MN
Question by djdatreptow
June 25, 2007
Last year I purchased a Peegee Hydrangea Tree. The label said it was hardy for zone 3. This year it did get leaves on it, but no actual new growth. I have it planted in full sun. Any ideas as to why it is not growing?


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Answer from NGA
June 25, 2007

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Hydrangeas like heat so it may not yet be warm enough to prompt new growth. Be sure to water thoroughly once or twice a week and feed lightly with a 5-10-10 once a year (spring time is best but you can apply fertilizer now).
Good luck with your garden!

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