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On established mopheads and lacecaps, cut one or two of the oldest stems at the base to encourage the production of new, vigorous replacement growth.



In conclusion, you don’t have to cut back hydrangeas. If you do, it is dependent upon what type of growth you are cutting. Old-growth has bark that is layered and dry looking. Its stems are also stiff and rigid. This type of growth should be cut before it grows its buds for the following year. You should cut it immediately after they stumplop.pwted Reading Time: 7 mins. Oct 24, Hydrangeas that bloom on new wood require pruning in late winter or early spring. Prune to shape, cutting back to about two feet.

The pruning promotes new, sturdy growth, which provides the blooms next season. There are two varieties in our area that bloom on new stumplop.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins. Nov 18, New-wood blooming hydrangeas should be cut back in late winter before new growth begins, while old-wood bloomers require pruning right after flowers fade in late summer.

Pruning. Sep 24, Mophead and lacecap hydrangeas can be pruned in late winter or early spring The climbing hydrangea should be pruned in summer after flowering Prune smooth hydrangeas and paniculata species annually to a framework of branches to make them flower more prolifically Serrata can be treated the same as mophead and lacecap.





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