The care of endless summer hydrangeas is covered in five categories: location, pruning, protection from freeze, fertilizer and watering. The endless summer hydrangea is known for longer blooming periods due to blooms on ... More »

Pruning an Endless Summer hydrangea right after it blooms gives it a better chance of producing more flowers. Never prune a hydrangea when buds are still in the process of opening. More »

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Properly winterize your endless summer hydrangea plant by creating a cold-weather cover. This keeps the old wood fresh and ready for flowering. You need mulch, garden stakes, a hammer, a staple gun, oak leaves, a bed she... More »

Once established in the garden, hydrangeas only need fertilizer once or twice per year, a layer of mulch to hold in moisture and water in the summer months, if rainfall is less than 1 inch per week. Hydrangeas come in nu... More »

Typically, grape hyacinths don't need a lot of care after flowering, as no fertilizer is needed, pruning is not required when the plants are flowering and natural rainfall patterns provide adequate water. However, when t... More »

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Care for an angel trumpet plant by planting it in a good location, giving it plenty of space to grow, watering it well, feeding it with a water-soluble fertilizer and pruning it regularly. You need fertilizer, pruning sh... More »

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Hydrangeas do not require pruning. Gardeners can prune hydrangeas if the plants have outgrown their spaces or if they have grown unruly and need shaping. The right time to prune a hydrangea depends on its type. More »

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