Hydrangea

T009 t009 at aol.com
Wed Nov 6 10:02:12 EST 1996


I have a lacecap type with beautiful variegated leaves in a south exposure
of New york area. I can't seem to get it to bloom, its suppose to start
blooming in late Summer. But the leaves are gorgeous and it looks healthy.
I heard that your suppose to cut back the branches that flowered, in order
for it to flower the following year. My ? is what branch do I cut, if none
of them did flower, they all look alike? How does one tell the difference?



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