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  1. 7 de jun. de 2023 · Hydrangea spp. Family: Hydrangeaceae: Plant Type: Shrub: Mature Size: 2-20 ft. tall, 2-6 ft. wide: Sun Exposure: Full, partial: Soil Type: Moist, well-drained: Soil pH: Acidic, neutral, alkaline: Bloom Time: Summer, fall: Flower Color: White, blue, pink, red, purple, green: Hardiness Zones: 5—9 (USDA) Native Area: Asia, North ...

  2. How to grow hydrangeas – Hydrangea macrophylla 'King George'. The best time to plant hydrangeas is in spring or autumn, when the soil is warm and moist. Planting in summer is doable, but you'll have to keep an eye on moisture levels in the soil.

  3. The best time of day to plant is early morning or late afternoon. The cooler parts of the day offer protection against heat stress. Keep new plants well-watered until established. Where to plant hydrangeas Knowing where to plant hydrangea shrubs is an important first step. Many people plant hydrangeas in beds next to their homes or fences.

  4. Autumn is the best time to plant hydrangeas, followed by spring planting. Plan to plant in the spring after the last frost or in the fall before the first frost. The idea is to give this shrub plenty of time to establish a healthy root system before the heat of summer or the extreme chill of winter, which makes the cooler shoulder seasons the ...

  5. 21 de jul. de 2023 · Timing for the pruning of these types of hydrangea is not as critical—you can prune in winter or early spring and they will grow and flower in the same season. Pruning big leaf hydrangea. Big leaf or mophead hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla) and oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia) both bloom on the previous season's growth.

  6. 31 de oct. de 2023 · Gardening Plants & Flowers Flowers When Is the Best Time to Plant Hydrangeas? 7 Planting Tips and Tricks Fall or spring, the time window for planting is weeks of mild weather. By Nadia Hassani Updated on 10/31/23 In This Article Fall Planting Winter Planting Spring Planting Potted Hydrangeas Planting Tips Watering After Planting