English Gardens carries nearly 50 varieties – there’s one that’s bound to fit perfectly in your garden.
Hydrangeas do best planted in areas with sun or partial sun, planted in consistently moist, well-drained, organic-rich soil. Too much shade can result in reduced bloom production. When planting hydrangeas, enrich the soil with top soil and peat moss for welldrained soils, or top soil and soil conditioner for poorly drained or clay-based soil. Also add Espoma Bio-Tone Plant Starter to encourage rapid root growth. Applying a two to three-inch layer of mulch will help keep roots cool and retain moisture during dry summers. Also deep watering every couple of days, or as needed, for newly planted hydrangeas and established hydrangeas is recommended, especially in dry weather.
Fertilize established hydrangeas with Espoma’s Plant Tone every spring.