Do you cut it back , if so don't , the blooms for the following yr are already in the stems..I will post a picture of mine and they are loaded.
I do not cut it back...I have 3 of them and none of them are blooming...I don't know if I should be feeding them or putting something in the soil? I had one that had 2 pink blooms on it one year and that was it....
What type of hydrangea are they? If they are ones that came from a grocery store or florist and you then planted them in the ground, they are probably a type that bloom on old wood and your winters are too cold for the blooms to make it through.
I bought them off QVC several years ago and they said they would withstand Michigan winters...I don't cut them back and they always come up nice every year...they just don't bloom...
Have you checked the soil ph? Hydrangeas are acid lovers and sometimes need an extra "boost" to produce.
Thats what I was wondering...what would I put on them to give them a boost?
I think Douglas and Catherine are on the right track. I would work in some good compost and check the ph as Catherine said. Also, what kind of fertilizer are you using? I use an organic one. Good luck with them, they are one of my favorites!
Some Hydrangeas are more shade tolerant than others, and all like acid soils. Best to much with wood chips or shredded bark too