I HAVE A BLOOMSTRUCK REBLOOMING HYDRANGEA AND IT SEEMS AS THOUGH THE BUDS HAVE DIED ON LAST YEAR’S GROWTH, BUT I DO HAVE NEW GROWTH COMING IN. SHOULD I BE WORRIED?
There’s no need to worry about your BloomStruck Hydrangea. Some gardeners trim off the flowers in the fall when they clean up the garden and mulch their shrubs for winter. Others, leave dried hydrangea flowers on overwinter to give interest to the garden. Now that it is spring, with pruners or garden scissors, snip off each dried flower. For additional pruning and care tips, check out my video on spring pruning.