Hydrangea Plants


angela bradley added on September 4, 2017 | Answered

I purchased a hydrangea from the local botanical gardens,and planted it where it gets part sun and part shade. I water it well every day, but it is dying. what can I do. or what have I done wrong? I have great rich back soil and I used compost. I can't figure out why its dying. Please help.

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Answered on September 4, 2017

I really need some pictures to help me out. Did you, by chance, plant it near a walnut tree? Walnuts emit a chemical from the roots called juglone, that kill off other plants in the area. This is unbelievably common... Any other information would be really helpful to me. Thank you

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