Hydrangea- - Knowledgebase Question

Cumming, Ga
Question by deedeefoste
August 8, 2007
I do not know what type of hydrangea I have. When they turn green in the spring they green out from the bottom of the plant. I have not cut back the stems but the new growth seems to grow around the old stem. Should I cut back the stem in the fall? The foliage is large blue custer flower on two of the bushes, we have a endless summer and one lace cap. Thanks for your help


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Answer from NGA
August 8, 2007

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Dee Dee,

Yes your plants are probably sustaining winter damage. You can remove the old stems in late winter if you like.

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