Plant a new hydrangea bush either in the early summer or fall. If moving an established hydrangea, plant it in the winter when it is dormant. More »

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To prune hydrangea bushes, remove dead flowers and trim back dead blossoms and branches. Remove old wood after flowering or in early spring, depending on the variety of hydrangea. More »

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To take care of a hydrangea bush, choose a variety suitable to the climate zone, plant the bush in an area with lots of space, give the soil lots of drainage, add organic material to the soil and fertilize once a year. W... More »

It is best to plant hydrangea bushes in either the spring or fall, according to the Farmer's Almanac. The flowers bloom in the late summer to early fall. More »

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The best time to prune an azalea bush is in late spring or early summer just after the plant finishes blooming for the year. Pruning later in the summer, in the fall or in the winter removes the buds that are already dev... More »

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To prune a spirea bush, remove the tips at the beginning of spring, maintain the shape during the summer, remove overgrown stems and branches during the fall, and cut dead or damaged branches during the winter. Pruning s... More »

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The best time to prune azalea bushes is in the late spring and early summer, while boxwoods can be pruned at any point in the year except for late fall. The reason for pruning determines how the bushes should be pruned. More »

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