Hydrangea woes...

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Old 08-08-05, 04:04 PM
MoniqueEstelle
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Hydrangea woes...

Last year I planted five hydrangeas in my yard - four blue and one pink, called "Buttons and Bows." The pink one's pH is right on, but several of the blues actually bloomed purplish/pink and were not as hardy as the Buttons/Bows. I've used Osmocote for hydrangeas/rhodedendrons and watered with a special plant food for hydrangeas.

I also had one that barely grew, and it seemed to have trouble with waterlogging. This year I pulled it out and dug a bigger hole for it, and then planted it with really good soil. It still doesn't seem to be doing any better.

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Old 08-09-05, 04:20 PM
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If the soil drains no better than before, the waterlogging would be no different. Moreover, it may take a while for the plant to recover from being waterlogged, if at all.
 
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