I live in MA and just looked at the tips of my Nikko Blue and noticed that some are putting out little leaves while others are trying and the leaves look destroyed. What can be happening, and what is the best way to save them and the remaining others?
I have the perfect conditions of some sun and plenty of shade–5 plants with beautiful leaves–and no blooms. Looks like this will be the second year w/out blooms. I’m so disappointed. What can I do to get these well established bushes to bloom? Also, I bought the ‘Dancing’ variety yesterday-very pink but want it blue. I was told to put Epsom salts into the soil. Is this correct and how much?
My Blue Nikko hydrangeas look healthy but have no blooms. They bloomed the first year I planted them, but not since. This is their 3rd summer. Should I prune the dead stalks in the fall or leave them for the hydrangea leaves to bloom on the older wood?
I just planted a Nikko blue. When I bought it, some of the leaves were brown around the edges. I cut them off but now I have more leaves turning brown on the edges and kind of curling up. It’s perky and looks good except for the bottom leaves. I live in Ohio. Pests are a problem on fruits, flowers and veggies.
I have pruned and not pruned my Nikko blue hydrangea, but it does not bloom no matter what. What should I do?
I live in Zone 4 Indiana. My Blue Nikko hydrangea did not bloom this summer. Should I leave it alone and wait until next year? Fertilize it when? I have never pruned it back and am certainly afraid to at this point. Thank you.
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