Pruning Oakleaf hydrangeas is best done in the early spring and should be done with care. New growth can be removed or inhibited when pruning is done incorrectly. More »

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Correct pruning of hydrangeas depends on the type of hydrangea: Bigleaf or mophead hydrangeas need pruning in summer after their flowers have faded, whereas oakleaf, sevenbark, peegee and Tea of Heaven hydrangeas need pr... More »

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Proper hydrangea care begins by choosing a variety that is within the area's cold-hardiness temperature range. Select a suitable, well-drained spot ranging from full sun to deep shade, depending on the selected hydrangea... More »

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The Pee Wee oakleaf hydrangea is a dwarf version of its cousin oakleaf hydrangea, a summer blooming perennial with white flowers that mature to an elegant pale pink and grow in panicles up to 12 inches long. The Pee Wee ... More »

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Correct pruning of hydrangeas depends on the type of hydrangea: Bigleaf or mophead hydrangeas need pruning in summer after their flowers have faded, whereas oakleaf, sevenbark, peegee and Tea of Heaven hydrangeas need pr... More »

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There are around seventy varieties of hydrangea trees, which are differentiated by their respective leaf forms and blooms. The four most common varieties of hydrangeas are classified as mophead/lacecap, oak leaf, panicul... More »

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A PeeGee hydrangea shrub, or Hydrangea paniculata, features white-to-pink blooms with large flower heads consisting of smaller blossoms. The deciduous shrub grows to between 10 and 25 feet high and looks like a small tre... More »

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