Ready for Spring!


It's been so cold around here lately and I am sooo ready for Spring! I can't wait for my Hydrangeas to start blooming again!
Blue Hydrangeas from my Garden.
My Pink Hydrangeas. Sometimes they get a little purpley too!

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  • Debbie Crowe
    on Oct 15, 2014

    My hydrangeas are about 20 years old. They were getting huge. Then in early spring they looked like the hard winter killed them. So, I cut them way back to about a foot high. Now, they are about 5 feet high again, but I didn't have one single bloom this year! I missed bringing in fresh flowers all summer!

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy
    on Oct 15, 2014

    @Debbie Crowe That's what happens if you prune them. The flowers bloom on old wood! After a harsh Winter like last year, they can take longer to come back, so just be patient. Those leaves and flowers will travel up to the tops of those dead looking sticks, you just have to give them a little time!

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