peegee hydrangia - Knowledgebase Question

Kirkland, Wa
Question by amyliareed
March 1, 2010
I planted a new peegee hydrangia last summer. It lost the leaves in the fall as per usual. I do not know when to expect new growth, but my other hydrangias have new growth starting. I am worried it did not survive the winter. When should I start expecting or know that it did not survive? When I break a twig off it has some green still.

Answer from NGA
March 1, 2010


Since your Pee Gee is relatively new to your garden it may take it a little more time than usual to wake up this spring. You should see some new growth by late March. Just be a little more patient with your plants and don't do any pruning until you see new growth. Best wishes with your landscape.

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