Non-blooming new hydragna - Knowledgebase Question

South Euclid, Oh
Question by barbaracram
August 15, 2008
I purchased an hydragna on Memorial Day (or the 4th) and planted it immediately. It still has healthy looking leaves but has not flowered. Any suggestions?

Answer from NGA
August 15, 2008


I think your hydrangea is too young to bloom. Most hydrangeas need to establish themselves in the garden for a year before they can flower. I expect your hydrangea will bloom next spring so be patient and you'll be rewarded with beautiful flowers. Enjoy!

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