The leaves on my hydrangeas are turning brown and crumbling. I planted them on the north side of the house. I water them everyday unless it rains, then I give them a break. The flowers are pink, which I know means the soil isn't very acidic. Am I doing something wrong or is this picture normal? Any tips???
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This article will refresh you on the care needed. If this is an established Hydrangea and the soil is loamy and well drained, you are likely watering too much.
A deep watering once a week should be sufficient.