Moved to south Mississippi last August. Existing flower beds included hydrangea that had what we determined to be fungus. We sprayed with fungicide. Problem never got better but they survived. I was going to cut them almost to ground in late winter/early spring as some resources recommend, but because of our mild winter, they have begun to bud along existing stems. Help!
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Hydrangea pruning differs on the plant variety.
Since it is not clear what type of fungus that you are dealing with it is difficult for me to help you determine a treatment method.
Since you treated with a fungicide, you should likely wait out the results and health of the plants during this growing season.