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When to prune limelight hydrangeas

When to prune limelight hydrangeas

Limelight hydrangeas will provide new flowers on new wood only, so the best time to prune Limelight hydrangeas needs to be done at the end of winter or the beginning of Spring, before any new growth starts to show itself. If you prune your limelight hydrangea at any other time of the year it can interrupt your flower growth and you might not get any new blooms. Limelight hydrangeas are a type of hydrangea paniculata they stand out from other…

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How to prune hydrangeas

How to prune hydrangeas

Hydrangeas need love and care like any other plant and part of that is proper pruning. The methods used and the frequency of said pruning is contingent upon the species and your overall goals. How do you prune a hydrangea? There are different methods one can employ to properly prune hydrangeas. As your plants are establishing themselves you should begin with the process of deadheading. How to Deadhead hydrangeas Deadheading removes dead blooms. If you live in a mild area…

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limelight hydrangea, lime green, cream to pink! Growing Tips, advice & More

limelight hydrangea, lime green, cream to pink! Growing Tips, advice & More

Hydrangea Limelight (Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight) Limelight Hydrangea¬†is one of beauty with is large conical shaped flowers that can be up to 30cm (12″) long that start out a pleasant lime green before turning creamy-white then pink as they mature. This stunning deciduous shrub grows to around 6ft (180cm) tall by around 5ft (150cm) wide with mature old plants that are not pruned getting slightly larger. So where to plant Hydrangea ‘Limelight’ It is¬†best suited in well-drained but fertile soil in…

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