My hydrangea won’t bloom
My hydrangeas are planted on the east side of our house. I’ve had it two years and still no blooms. I bought one from a nursery and one from Ace hardware. Our soil is red clay. I’ve fertilized them. Keep them watered. No blooms. I thought Hudreanges were supposed to be easy. What am I doing wrong?
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That is one of our most popular questions, I would say. You don't mention pruning, but that is often the problem. I'm also concerned about your red clay. Hydrangeas like well drained soil. Here are articles that should help: