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How To Plant Endless Summer Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are one of the most popular flowering shrubs in the garden. They come in a wide range of colors and grow in many different shapes, sizes, and textures. The Endless Summer Hydrangea is a new introduction that will be sure to wow visitors with its unusual flower coloration.

How To Plant Endless Summer Hydrangea

Here is the complete process explained in detail on how to plant endless summer hydrangea:

Step 1:

1. Dig a hole 12 to 18 inches deep, depending on the size of the container.

Step 2:

2. Remove the plant from its container and gently separate the roots.

Step 3:

3. Place the plant in the center of the hole so it sits at the same level it was in the container. Fill in with soil, firming around each plant as you go. Water well and mulch right away if you did not do so earlier.

Tips for How To Plant Endless Summer Hydrangea

Here are 5 things to take care of with respect to how to plant endless summer hydrangea:

1. The soil should be slightly acidic and well drained.

2. The soil should be moist but not wet.

3. A sunny location is best for your hydrangea bush, but it will tolerate partial shade as well.

4. If you are planting a bare root plant, make sure that the roots are not exposed to air for too long before planting them in the ground because this can cause them to dry out and die!

5. Don’t forget to water your hydrangea after it has been planted!

Interesting Facts About Hydrangea

Here are 5 things you should know about hydrangea:

1. Hydrangea is a genus of 70 species of flowering plants in the family Hydrangeaceae, native to southern and eastern Asia, from the Himalayas east to Japan and Indonesia.

They are large shrubs or small trees growing to 2–4 m (rarely 6 m) tall, with large leaves and large panicles of conspicuous flowers in late summer and autumn. The name “hydrangea” comes from the Greek words ὕδωρ (“hydo-“, water) and γαῖα (“gaia”, earth). Some hydrangea species have small fruit that remain on the plant through winter into spring.

2. The flower petals can be blue, pink, white, or even a combination of colors such as pinkish-purple or purple; they also come in many shades of each color. The colors are usually darker toward the center of the flower.

3. Hydrangeas are popular garden plants because they bloom throughout the summer months when few other flowers are in flower, they require little care once established, and they can be pruned into many shapes and sizes by pruning them back hard each year after their blooming season is over.

They are often used for hedges since they grow wide but not very high; this makes them useful for keeping out unwanted guests like deer or rabbits without obstructing your view.

They can be planted near swimming pools where their roots will help filter out chemicals from the water as it evaporates off leaves during hot days. They can also be used as an informal screen to hide things you don’t want seen; just make sure you choose a variety with lovely flowers!

4. There are approximately 70 species within this genus including: Moutan (Hydrangea macrophylla), PeeGee hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata), Hidcote (Hydrangea quercifolia), Oak-leaved hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia var.), Oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Oakleaf’), Snowball (Hydrangea macrophylla subsp.), Japanese hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), Common hydrangeas(Hydrangeae arborescens), Wild hydrangeas(Hydraneae arborescens) etc…


We recommend planting hydrangeas in the early spring. They are very hardy plants and will tolerate a light frost. You can also plant them in the late fall or winter if you live in a warmer climate.

We recommend planting your hydrangea in any type of well drained soil. For best results, dig a hole that is twice as wide as the root ball and just as deep. Make sure to remove any rocks or debris from the hole before planting.

Once your hole is ready, place your hydrangea into it and make sure that the top of its root ball is level with the ground. If there are too many roots for the size of your container, cut them back using clean pruning shears until you have removed enough to make room for new growth later on.

Next, fill in around your hydrangea with soil and water thoroughly to help settle it into place. Be sure not to over water! You want to make sure that all of the soil is moist but not soggy wet. Continue watering regularly after this initial watering until you see new growth start to emerge from your hydrangea’s root system.

Can I transplant my Endless Summer Hydrangeas?

You can absolutely transplant an Endless Summer Hydrangea! It’s important to do so when they are still dormant; typically between November and March depending on where you live. The best time for transplanting will depend on what type of

Plant them in the spring. Planting in the fall is too late as they need to establish a good root system before winter comes.

Dig a hole twice as wide and deep as the root ball of your hydrangea. Place the plant into this hole, making sure that the top of the root ball is at ground level. Back fill with soil, firm gently, water well. Water again when you see new growth appear on your hydrangea bush.

How do you care for an everlasting hydrangea?

These plants are not difficult to care for once established in their new home. They like moist, rich soil and partial shade but will also grow well in full sun if given adequate water. Fertilize every two weeks during growing season with a balanced fertilizer for flowering shrubs such as Miracle Gro® Shake ‘N Feed® Flowering Shrub Food or Holly-Tone® Flowering Shrub & Tree Fertilizer.

Endless Summer hydrangea is a fast growing plant. It can grow up to 3 feet in height and width in just a single season!

How much sunlight does Endless Summer Hydrangea need?

Endless Summer Hydrangea needs full sun to partial shade. It can also tolerate part shade as well. However, it will not bloom as well when grown in low light conditions.

Is Endless Summer Hydrangea hardy?

Yes, it is hardy and can survive cold winters of zone 5b. However, if you live in zone 6 or colder, you’ll need to protect your plant from freezing temperatures by covering it with mulch or bringing it indoors for the winter months.

Does Endless Summer Hydrangea die back after blooming?

No, unlike other hydrangeas that die back after blooming, Endless Summer Hydrangea remains evergreen all year round! This makes it an excellent choice for those who are looking for a low maintenance shrub that requires very little pruning or upkeep.

Deadheading will keep Endless Summer hydrangeas blooming. You can also prune the plant back by 1/3 to promote new growth.

How do you care for an Endless Summer hydrangea?

An Endless Summer hydrangea requires regular watering, fertilizing and pruning.