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Real nametravis
Locationnew york city, New York
Places I have livedillinois, texas, california, new york
About merecently elected to the board of my co-op and seem to be in charge of the ornamental garden in front of the building. learning as i go and could use all the help i can get.
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posted 4107 days ago

Hi Travis - the best for the plant is to not prune until after the winter (waiting until you transplant is fine). The old growth will serve as a means of protecting the plants from the deep cold of winter. If you do a little trimming though for aesthetic reasons, the plant should be fine. Hydrangeas are quite cold tolerant at the root level.

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