Frosted Hydranges - Knowledgebase Question

Zanesville, Oh
Question by tnrdelancey
May 12, 2010
My Hydranges got frosted after the leaves started comming out and now it looks like they are not growing any more. Will they come out of it later?

Answer from NGA
May 12, 2010


I'm sure your hydrangea will recover. You can prune off anything obviously killed by the frost or you can just wait until new growth appears and prune off any dead plant parts. Give your hydrangea a few weeks to recover from the late frost and it will begin to grow again. Enjoy your landscape!

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