Hydrangeas come in a staggering array of shapes, sizes, and varieties. Knowing which of these flowering shrubs will do best in your backyard is the first step to success with this beautiful bloomer. Plus get tips for hydrangea care!
Pruning Hydrangeas Most hydrangea types -- pink, blue, or white mopheads and lacecaps, or oakleaf forms -- bloom on old wood. Prune these types of hydrangeas before midsummer. If you prune them in winter or early spring, you'll be removing flower buds.
Macrophylla Star Gazer Hydrangea - Big Leaf Hydrangea Height: Medium / Plant apart Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Fall Sun-Shade: Mostly Sunny to Mostly Shady Zones: Get Soil Condition: Normal, Acidic Flower Color / Accent: Pink / Blue