Hydrangeas are one of the most beautiful garden plants, but sometimes, if they are not properly cared for, they can fail to bloom. To address this issue, gardeners have offered some tips.
In particular, it's crucial to avoid pruning in the fall. This advice was reported by Express.co.uk.
Pruning is one of the most common reasons for the lack of hydrangea blooms. Gardeners who prune the bush at any time from fall to late spring may unintentionally remove the growth on the old wood.
If gardeners are in doubt or tempted to prune their hydrangea, it is better to leave the shoots. Gardeners can always leave the hydrangea uncut and observe its growth during the summer.
Experts recommend refraining from any action until spring. You can safely prune the bush in May to avoid potential damage from the last frost.
We'd like to remind you that while most indoor plants are quite safe, some of them can be toxic to children and animals.