|I bought 3 Endless Summer hydrangeas this year. One is blooming. The other two do not show any signs of any blooms. Will they bloom this year?
|Answer from NGA
May 26, 2010
|The good news about Endless Summer hydrangeas is that they will flower on the new growth of the season, even if the entire shrub dies down to ground level in the winter months. I suspect your plants will bloom later this summer, especially if they are getting at least 4 hours of morning sunshine. Just be patient with your new plants. They will take some time to establish their root systems and once they do you should see lots of new growth - and lots of flowers. Best wishes with your hydrangeas.
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