Hydrangea Plants

Hydrangea Problem


Anonymous added on July 24, 2011 | Answered

I have 12 Hydrangeas in my garden and have never had any problems until recently, and only with 2 white flowered species. The flowers start to go brown immediately once they come into bloom. Can you please help? This is the second year this has happened.


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Susan75023
Answered on July 24, 2011

Since both white plants are turning brown, that is a hint. I don't know where you live nor what the growing conditions are so this is hard to answer. The browning is typical of too much sun or too little water - this variety may require more water than the rest of your hydrangeas. I live in Texas and mine are being affected by the very hot, long-term heat. They are growing taller thus getting more sun - too much for our area. Where they once thrived as small plants, are struggling this summer.

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