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#Frequently asked questions

1. How long do Limelight hydrangeas last?
Limelight hydrangeas are known for their long-lasting blooms, which typically appear in mid to late summer and can last well into the fall season. The exact length of time that the blooms will last can vary depending on growing conditions and climate, but in general, the flowers can remain on the plant for several weeks to a few months.
2. How do you care for a Blushing Bride hydrangea?
To care for a Blushing Bride hydrangea, it is important to choose the right spot to plant it. This hydrangea variety prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Direct sunlight and hot temperatures can be harmful to the plant, so it is important to choose a location that provides some shade during the day. With the right care, your Blushing Bride hydrangea can produce beautiful blooms year after year.
3. Do you cut back an Endless Summer hydrangea?
Yes, you can cut back an Endless Summer hydrangea, but it is important to do so at the right time and in the right way to avoid damaging the plant and affecting its ability to produce blooms. The Endless Summer hydrangea is a reblooming hydrangea, meaning it can produce blooms on both old and new wood. In general, it is best to prune this plant in late winter or early spring before new growth begins. This allows you to remove any dead or damaged wood, shape the plant as needed, and promote healthy growth.
4. Do Annabelle hydrangeas like sun or shade?
Annabelle hydrangeas prefer partial shade, especially in the heat. The plant's leaves wilt and blossoms fade faster under direct sunlight and high temperatures. Annabelle hydrangeas can also tolerate some morning sun or filtered sunlight. If you live in a cooler climate, you may be able to plant Annabelle hydrangeas in a location that receives more sunlight, but in warmer climates, it's best to provide some shade during the day.