A hydrangea care guide is typically an instruction booklet or leaflet that explains how to plant, water, grow, prune and maintain a hydrangea. These guides are designed to help grow healthy hydrangeas. More »

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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 »

Hydrangeas produce large globe-shaped or flat-topped bunches of tiny flowers, making a magnificent display. Transplant small plants to the flower garden, where they have the potential to grow into large shrubs. More »

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Hydrangeas wilt due to water stress, too much or too little sunlight, temperatures that are too hot or too cold, or reaching the end of their blooming period. Determining the cause of the wilt and taking steps to treat i... More »

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 »

There are three reasons the leaves of a hydrangea plant would turn yellow: water issues, nitrogen deficiency and iron chlorosis. Water issues are the easiest to fix, but it is still possible to restore the leaves from th... More »

The wild hydrangea, or hydrangea arborescens, is a deciduous shrub that is native to the eastern United States. The shrub is characterized by clusters of small white flowers that bloom May through July. The wild hydrange... More »

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