Easy to grow, hardy and resistant to most pests and diseases, with so many varieties to choose from, Hydrangeas are a must-have in every garden. You can also grow them in containers. Their flowers make stunning floral arrangements, used both fresh and dried. If you’d like to have these pretty ladies in your garden all you need to do is to follow our easy tips on how to plant them, grow them and take proper care for them. #Hydrangeas
How to Care for Hydrangeas | Expert tips, whether they’re in a vase, potted, or in the ground.
When to Plant Hydrangeas?
The Essential Guide to Hydrangeas. They are long-living shrubs that bloom most of the summer and well into fall. Here is a guide to all things hydrangea.
PLANTING HYDRANGEAS IN POT AND URNS How to plant and care for a summer of blooms-stonegable…
Grow Hydrangea From Cutting I usually just stick cuttings that the dog has broken off in a jar of water on my kitchen counter, then plant when they start to root. This looks more scientific.
Planting Hydrangeas, Pruning Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Care. All kinds of great tips! The further south you live, the less tolerant the plants are to the intense sun. Allow for 2-3 hours of morning sun with afternoon dappled or part shade. – See more at: www.endlesssummer…
PLANTING HYDRANGEAS IN POT AND URNS – Use The Original Endless Summer Collection hydrangea, blooms from spring to fall, use Miracle Grow Moisture Control Potting Soil, use time released fertilizer in bottom of hole, plant with base of the plant level with the top of the potting soil, blooms on old and new growth, so keep pruning to a minimum, deadhead to promote new blooms, grow in partial sun, keep well-watered, but not soggy
Planting Hydrangeas, Pruning Hydrangeas, Hydrangea Care
Want to know HOW TO GROW HYDRANGEAS for beautiful blooms? Discover WHERE, WHEN HOW to plant them how to care for hydrangeas for healthy beautiful flowers. Learn how to prune, change the colour, fertilize make cut hydrangea flowers last longer. Tips, photos video tutorials to make it easy. Dig in! | The Micro Gardener