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How to prune hydrangeas

How to prune hydrangeas

Last updated on April 9th, 2019 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…

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Oakleaf Hydrangea Pruning – The Complete Guide

Oakleaf Hydrangea Pruning – The Complete Guide

Last updated on March 15th, 2019 Pruning Oakleaf Hydrangeas Oakleaf hydrangea pruning Oakleaf Hydrangeas (Hydrangea quercifolia) are a beautiful Hydrangea with white cone-shaped flowers produced from around July and last into September. Oak leafed Hydrangeas flower on new growth and do not require pruning every year, prune only to tidy up or remove crossing branches etc. If needed they can be pruned back hard in late summer or early spring before the new growth shoots. Deadhead spent flowers in early…

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