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Hydrangeas are a truly stunning, hardy, flowering shrub. Large globes of flowers cover this shrub from summer to autumn and they are easy to grow, following just a few basic rules. So grab your garden gloves, because our growing Hydrangeas guide will have you ready to plant in no time.
Where to plant Hydrangeas
Knowing where to plant Hydrangeas is an important first step. Hydrangeas love the warm morning sun, but they dislike the heat of a hot summer afternoon. The best place to plant Hydrangeas is in a sheltered location with sunny mornings and shady afternoons. Avoid planting directly underneath trees, which can lead to competition for water and nutrients.
Best soil for Hydrangeas
Hydrangeas grow well in soil containing ample organic material with good drainage. While Hydrangeas like moist soil, they cannot tolerate being waterlogged. If you have heavy soil, consider mixing in plenty of compost and or sharp