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  1. Dairan says:
    When to remove dead hydrangea flowers If you want to remove the dead flowers this is called deadheading. You can remove your old blooms at any time and it won’t harm the blooms you receive in the subsequent year. When you are pruning in June or July you can always remove the dead flowers at .
  2. Daiktilar says:
    Feb 11,  · Deadheading is a popular practice with flowering shrubs. The process of removing fading or spent blooms diverts the plant’s energy from seed production to new growth and saves the plant from having a wilted, dying look. Hydrangeas especially benefit from deadheading, as long as a few simple rules are followed.
  3. Kar says:
    Deadheading is very common practice with flowering shrubs. In a nutshell, it means chopping off flower heads. The process involves removing any fading blooms from your shrubs to allocate energy in the plant toward seed production and new growth. Deadheading is also recommended because it prevents your shrubs from looking like they are dying off.
  4. JoJokinos says:
    First, it's important to know that mophead hydrangeas do not have to be pruned back - ever - unless they are very old. Removing dead stems is the only pruning that must be done for the health of the plant, and these can be removed at any time. Dead blooms can also be removed at any time.
  5. Mezitilar says:
    Deciduous shrub with mophead flower-heads, rich pink, bluer on acid soils. Compact, slow-grower and fairly drought-tolerant. Does well in sun or shade if kept moist and well-fed; dead-head and prune to fat buds in spring., July-SeptemberJuly-August From: £
  6. Malashicage says:
    Deadheading Once your hydrangea flowers have died you can remove them and this is called deadheading. Deadheading is very similar to pruning but rather than getting rid of stems or branches you are simply getting rid of the dead flowers to make way for increased growth the following year.
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  8. Zulkiran says:
    Jul 22,  · Mophead hydrangea information tells you that the shrubs can grow taller than you are and have an equal or greater spread. They grow quite rapidly and can make excellent hedges if spaced appropriately. Mophead hydrangeas come in two types. Some mopheads bear small flowers in big, rounded clusters that can be as large as cabbages.

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