Why is my hydrangea leaves shriveling at the ends?
Janet Pizaro on May 30, 2017Where are they planted? What kind are they? What is your l.ocation? Are they getting enough water?Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on Jun 09, 2017Did you amend the soil prior to planting?Helpful Reply
Diana on Jun 10, 2017Ensure you feed them and that they get morning sun and afternoon shade. Keep soil moist here in Florida but remember to let soil dry somewhat or the roots can't breath cut away dying flowers and they should be fine. I live in FL and my hydrangeas are doing fine. Oh yes remember hydrangeas are acid loving plants so get the right type of fertilizerHelpful Reply
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