Climbing Hydrangeas

Climbing Hydrangea

Anonymous added on February 21, 2011 | Answered

My very old climbing hydrangea was growing on our garage. A neighbor said it had been planted 30 years ago. Unfortunately, during this snow storm, most of it came off. It is still partially connected. What should I do?

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Answered on February 22, 2011

As long as the vines are intact, I would recommend simply tying it back onto the surface, if you can. If it is against the surface, it will re-attach itself. If the vines are damaged or you cannot somehow set it against the surface, it will most likely need to be cut back.

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