When to Prune Hydrangeas so they bloom! Thanks to an overachieving perennial pruner, I have to wait an entire year before my precious hydrangeas will, hopefully, bloom again!
I love hydrangeas! The Simple Guide to Pruning Hydrangea
How and When to Prune Hydrangea macrophylla – North Coast Gardening
The Simple Guide to Pruning Hydrangea - Bees and Roses
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Hydrangea bloomers need to be pruned every winter. In late winter or early spring cut them back to 24 inch stems that will reduce flopping. When cutting, always cut above a bud.
Pruning is an important part of keeping your plants healthy, as there are many benefits to doing so. We’ll teach you when it is the best time to prune hydrangeas, roses, and many other flowers and trees. - Gardening Worlds