Endless Summer Hydrangea - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by stapleton4
May 24, 2010
Last fall we had 2 Endless Summer Hydrangeas planted in front of our house. This spring we had to take out a 60' maple tree that was shading them. We must move them to a shadier spot in our yard. How many hours of sunlight should they receive to grow? Is morning sun better? HELP!!
Thank you.
Linda Stapleton

Answer from NGA
May 24, 2010
Four hours of morning sun is all your plants will need to thrive and bloom for you. Morning sun is best - hydrangeas tend to wilt in hot afternoon sunshine. Best wishes with the move!

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