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The leaves turn red-orange in fall which is a nice surprise for a hydrangea.





More established plants are better able to tolerate cold conditions.



May 04, For best flowering results, time pruning of once-blooming traditional cultivars like ‘Nikko Blue’ soon after flowering is finished in late summer. These plants set flower buds on the previous season’s wood; pruning older cultivars in the fall or winter may rejuvenate the plant but will prevent flowering the next year!Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Jun 26, You can prune them anytime except during the summer. If you want to reshape the shrub, trim stems back while the plant is dormant (late winter once the risk of frost has passed), about a foot or so from its base.

For more details on pruning hydrangeas, consult Author: Camille Berry. May 10, Prune the hydrangea to reduce its size.

If your hydrangea has grown quite large, you can prune it in June or July (just after the blooming season) to contain it a bit. Trim back the branches by 1/3 to the nearest joint.

In most cases hydrangeas will grow back quite quickly, so you may not be able to maintain the smaller size for long%. Prune in early March. The smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens) flowers on new wood and should be pruned down hard to 1 foot in early March.

This species propagates itself by sending up many ground-level suckers, which may also be cut out. Failure to prune regularly results in a top-heavy shrub that flops to the ground by midseason. Oct 24, Hydrangeas that bloom on new wood require pruning in late winter or early spring. Prune to shape, cutting back to about two feet.

The pruning promotes new, sturdy growth, which provides the blooms next season. There are two varieties in our area that bloom on new wood.





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