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Sep 24, Mophead and lacecap hydrangeas can be pruned in late winter or early spring The climbing hydrangea should be pruned in summer after flowering Prune smooth hydrangeas and paniculata species annually to a framework of branches to make them flower more prolifically Serrata can be treated the same as mophead and lacecapEstimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Regardless, it is best to wait to prune all hydrangeas until spring. In the fall, hydrangeas (and all trees and shrubs) are in the process of going dormant.

They do Author: Emma Erler. Most of the other hydrangeas should be pruned in summer, once they have finished blooming. Most of these bloom on what's called"old wood" - growth from the year before. If you prune them in early spring, you risk cuting off the dormant flower buds.



Wait until Spring to prune hydrangeas There are several species of hydrangeas commonly grown in New Hampshire, and all of them have very different growth habits and pruning requirements.



By pruning right after the blooms have faded, you allow the plant time to set buds for the next year. Jun 23, The best time to prune gardenias and hydrangeas is after they finish flowering for the season. Pruning them at the incorrect time of the year, such as winter, will remove the flower buds. Oakleaf hydrangeas, Hydrangea quercifolia: This native hydrangea features cone-shaped white blooms that turn a beautiful shade of russet in late summer.



Since these types of hydrangeas start producing buds soon after blooming, in late summer and early fall, it's essential to prune them just as the blooms begin to fade in mid-summer.



It, too, blooms on old wood so should not be pruned until after flowering. Jun 26, You can prune them anytime except during the summer. If you want to reshape the shrub, trim stems back while the plant is dormant (late winter once the risk of frost has passed), about a foot or so from its base. For more details on pruning hydrangeas, consult our full guide on how to care for hydrangeas.

How to Prune HydrangeasAuthor: Camille Berry.





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