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When to Prune Hydrangeas

Hillary T
Hydrangeas flower either on old wood or new wood. That's hydrangea lingo for if they flower on stems from last year (the old wood) or stems from this year (the new wood, also called new growth). Pruning time depends on if the hydrangea flowers on old wood or new wood. Let us explain here . . .
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Why is My Hydrangea Not Blooming?

Mariana DiVita 6 Comments
For this question about Hydrangea macrophylla (commonly called bigleaf or French hydrangea), we've asked Mariana DiVita to help us understand the flowering whims of this hydrangea species. Mariana is a Master Gardener from Cherokee County, Georgia.
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Do I Have to Prune My Hydrangeas?

Hillary T 2 Comments
Dear hydrangea pilgrim, you're freed! You don't have to prune your hydrangea. There are a few circumstances when you'd want to ask yourself, "is it necessary to prune my hydrangea? We'll discuss them right now.
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How to Prune Deadwood from Hydrangea macrophylla, Bigleaf Hydrangea

Hillary T
Deadwood in a hydrangea is defined as last's years stems that have died. They look coarse and scraggly and it's time for them to go. We're going to explain how to prune deadwood from Hydrangeas macrophylla, bigleaf hydrangea. How-to video included.
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How to Deadhead Hydrangeas: Bigleaf Hydrangea and Panicle Hydrangea

Hillary T
Deadheading bigleaf hydrangea flowers is easy and I find it relaxing as can be. Here's a video that shows you how to do it.
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