We all know what the term green thumb means, but not all of us are blessed with it. Maybe some of us have a brown thumb, meaning we can’t keep our gardens green. You can learn to have a green thumb, and if you are struggling with hydrangeas, stop for a moment, because you could turn that brown thumb into a green thumb, just by acquiring a little knowledge and know how.
- Pruning hydrangeas is quite simple once you know what type of hydrangea is growing in your garden.
- The first step to knowing the best time to prune hydrangeas is determining if they will bloom on old wood or new wood.
- Learn more about distinguishing between “old wood” and “new wood” as well identifying specific species in guest bloggers Megan Nichols and Jessie Jacobson handy guide.
“”Pruning hydrangeas is actually quite simple once you know what type of hydrangea is growing in your garden.””