Container Hydrangea Plants


Anonymous added on July 10, 2015 | Answered

I live in South Jersey. I planted a hydrangea in a huge clay pot about 2 months ago. It is in a sunny location. It had no blooms at the time I planted it, but many buds which opened soon thereafter. It has looked beautiful since I put it in. Now, all the blooms have browned. Are they pretty much done? I don't see any new growth. Not sure how this works. Are there only blooms in the beginning of the season? Can I expect that the blooming is over now? The green leaves still look ok. The pot had good drainage and the plant gets watered daily. Thanks!

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Answered on July 12, 2015
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