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Hydrangeas do best in morning sun with afternoon or dappled shade. Too much sun and they’ll need frequent watering, too little sun and they’ll have fewer flowers. They prefer an organic, dark, loamy soil. Amend soil with a good quality compost planting mix to increase organic matter in the soil. Top dress with a 2-3 inch layer of mulch to insulate the roots an to help retain moisture in the soil. For more growth and more flowers, fertilize with a balanced fertilizer every spring.
Any pruning of macrophylla hydrangeas should always be done by the end of July to prevent cutting off next years flower buds.
To revitalize older plants, thin them out by cutting some of the older stems.
To reduce the overall size, cut above a set of leaves.