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Remove winter protective mulch a week or two after snow melts.
Prune out old branches where no new growth is showing.
Clean out leaves and dead branches.
Plant your new hydrangea according to your garden plan.
to change the color of your hydrangea blooms, if desired.
After the last frost, move decorative pots outside or uncover buds. Transplant while dormant, as desired.
Now is a good time to start fertilizing
Water your hydrangeas to make sure that the soil is moist (1″ per week should do the trick)
Remember that during the hot summer days some blooms may wilt but will recover when the day cools down
Make sure you have adequate mulch to keep soil moisture in!
Cut flowers for mid-summer arrangements
Sit back and enjoy!
TIME TO STOP FERTILIZING!
Cut fall-color hydrangeas for arrangements.
Continue to water adequately until frost.
Leave blooms on hydrangeas for winter interest.
Bring containers inside after the first frost.
Cover the base of the hydrangea with wood chips, leaves, etc. for winter protection.
Plan your Spring Garden!
Remove heavy snow to avoid stem damage.
Use dried blooms for holiday arrangements and centerpieces.
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