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Feb 19, During the winter, my hydrangea looks dead. It has lost all of its leaves, as it should, but I am now left with a bunch of bare sticks. Normally when you see this, the urge is to cut them back to the ground. DON’T prune them now.

Those dead looking sticks contain the buds for next year’s shrubdisposal.pwted Reading Time: 1 min. May 10, You can cut back all the stems by 1/3 in the winter. Pruning at this time will help the shrub produce bigger, showier flowers.

However, many gardeners like their hydrangeas to have smaller flowers on sturdier stems. If this is your preference, do your pruning in the fall instead, to allow the plants to grow strong branches before blooming%. Tips For Hydrangea Pruning.

What you want to do is wait until they start leafing out in spring. You'll probably notice some stems are light brown with no signs of life. Prune them back to just above where you see fat, green buds starting to open.

Most of these buds should produce flowers. Immediately after the flowers fade in summer, cut these stems back if you shrubdisposal.pwg: Middleburg FL. May 18, Deadheading hydrangeas not only improves their appearance, but also puts less stress on the branches. When to Cut Off Hydrangea Blooms.

You can deadhead your hydrangeas all through the growing season. It not only improves the appearance of your shrubs, it also gives you an opportunity to check the health of your shrubdisposal.pwg: Middleburg FL. Dec 19, Prune dead stems on hydrangeas that bloom on the current season's bloom -- peegee (H. paniculata) or Annabelle (H. arborescence) types -- back to the ground, just above where the Missing: Middleburg FL.





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