How to Keep Your Hydrangea Blooms Vibrant  

Plant hydrangeas in partial sun and shade to prevent browning. 

Afternoon shade is crucial for ‘Annabelle’ and bigleaf hydrangeas in hot regions 

Water Wisely: Thoroughly water established plants but less frequently to encourage deep roots. 

Newly-planted hydrangeas need watering up to three times a week to keep soil moist and blooms fresh 

Mulch First: Add mulch to conserve moisture and keep roots cool. 

Avoid over-fertilization, which can weaken and harm your plant  

Test Soil pH: Regularly test soil acidity or alkalinity.  

Imbalanced pH can cause brown blooms. Use a pH meter or soil test kit