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It’s hydrangea season, and it seems like everybody around you (including Grant) has gotten the hang of growing this beautiful flowering shrub. If you’re feeling overwhelmed (I know I can’t be the only one!) — don’t panic. HGTVGardens.com has come up with a little cheat sheet to help you on your way. They’ve made it easy to pick the right type of hydrangea for your climate and how to care for it.

Nikko Blue Hydrangea

Give it a try, and let us know how you’ve successfully grown hydrangeas this season.



3 Responses

  1. Karla zone 4 says:

    Any hints on getting blooms? 8 year old climbing hydrangea, looks healthy..one bloom 2 years ago.

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  3. Janet Roby says:

    I have 3 plant I planted 5 years ago and they always die back to the root each year. When they come up they are not very big and this year only one had any blooms on it at all. What am I doing wrong. I do not cut them back at all except for the dead wood that appears in the spring from the plant the year before. Please help.

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