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Q.My Hydrangeas Looks Sad By Afternoon Should I Move Them To A Shady Location? What Is The Best Way To Move Them?

Zone Long Pond Pa 18334 | Anonymous added on January 7, 2024 | Answered

I had to remove a large oak tree from my property now my hydrangeas seem to be getting over heated.

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Answered on January 8, 2024

Removing the shade probably did affect your hydrangeas, although some hydrangeas can take more sun than others. Watering more can help with the wilting. If they are old and established and you'd rather not move them, you could add a structure or taller plants that would create shade in the afternoon.

If you want to move them, here is help:


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