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Since panicled hydrangeas flower from new growth produced starting in mid-spring.



Mar 25, The Endless Summer hydrangea made a huge splash on the Minnesota landscape plant scene because of its pink to blue color flowers (achievable with proper soil amendment) and because it blooms on old and new wood.

Hydrangea arborescens, smooth hydrangea. Let these plants grow a season or two before doing any serious"hard" pruning. Sep 04, That’s because the dried flower heads of the panicled hydrangea have ornamental value over the winter, so you’ll want to keep them until spring.

Therefore, every year, make a habit of cutting back all the branches 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) from the Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Sep 24, Hydrangeas that bloom on old growth should only be pruned after flowering. Others bloom on new growth and should be pruned before they wake up in spring or as they are going dormant in winter Mophead and lacecap hydrangeas can be pruned in late winter or early spring The climbing hydrangea should be pruned in summer after floweringEstimated Reading Time: 4 mins.



Expect to water and feed your shrub regularly, and prune to maintain its shape.



Prune your Hydrangea paniculata tree in the early spring before new, visible growth begins to emerge. This can also be done in very late winter in warmer areas, after the last hard frost.





Step 2 Cut away any spent flowers that have remained on the tree over the winter with pruning shears. It blooms on current season's growth, so prune it in late winter. Cutting it back to a foot tall produces fewer clusters, but they're huge (a trick I learned from Margaret Mosely in Decatur, Georgia).

Cutting it back more modestly produces many more, but smaller clusters. Mar 28, The reason is because the flowers form in the summer right before they bloom.



Untimely pruning can sacrifice some of the flowers for that growing season.



I think the best time to prune them is in the early spring though, because you really want to be able to see the buds to know where to snip. And once the hydrangea starts growing in the spring/summer the energy won’t be wasted on branches that you will be cutting off.





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