Growing and Caring for Hydrangeas: A Blooming Guide 

Choose the Right Spot: Plant hydrangeas in spring or fall. Find a sunny or partially shaded location.

Soil Matters: Well-drained soil with organic matter is ideal. Avoid heavy or overly dry soil.

Planting Technique: Dig a hole twice the pot’s width, loosen roots, and backfill with existing soil.

Light Requirements: Refer to care tags; many varieties thrive in full sun to partial shade.

 Pruning Power: Trim in late winter or early spring for maximum blooms.

Fertilize: Use slow-release fertilizer high in phosphorus.

Patience Pays Off: It takes 2-3 years for hydrangeas to flourish!