Hydrangea - Knowledgebase Question

spanaway, Wa
Question by lsteever
May 9, 2010
My Hydrangea does not bloom what can I do to get it to bloom?


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Answer from NGA
May 9, 2010

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Hydrangeas bloom on new growth of the season that develops on old growth from last year. Prune your hydranges down to about knee high in early spring and the new growth it develops will flower - as long as the plant is getting at least four hours of morning sunshine. Try pruning yours back and I think you'll see a big difference in its flowering.

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