transplanting hydrangea - i have questions.

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Hi Aleta, please tell us more about your Hydrangea. What state are you in? Where is it planted? Sun or shade? Is the soil more like clay or more like compost?

My guess is that if you are in the north, it probably needs a little more sun/warmth. Maybe a southern facing wall would do the trick. Also amend the soil around the plant with some compost or manure (and some sand if the soil is very clay-like), working it into the soil a bit as well. You can do that now or in the spring. When it start growing in the spring, you can give it a little flower fertilizer, and you should definitely get blooms next year!

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