|yesterday I transplanted my hydrangea plant it looked like they were 4 plants on 1 planter so I separete them they are short and the heavy flowers fall on the ground should I prune them if so how much and how about fertilize .
Answer from NGA
May 25, 2010
|Instead of pruning them, why not drive a stake into the ground and tie each one upright? When the flowers fade you can prune them off the stem and it won't be so topheavy. Feed your hydrangeas in the spring with a 10-10-10 general purpose fertilizer. Best wishes with your hydrangea.
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