I can't seem to get my hydrangeas to grow in width but they shoot straight up. Now, I noticed a rose bush has grown into one of the hydrangeas. I know I need more acidic soil for the hydrangeas. I think I can force the rose bush to grow away from the Hydrangea, but just wondering if I should just replant the hydrangeas. Anyone have any ideas?
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Thanks Jackie. I can't believe I have just now noticed this had happened! That is a good idea about the pots. They bloomed beautifully the first year and now ... not sure what happened. Soil must not be right. Bless you
Just lean them against the back of your garage or something after you put them in pots (not the roses) to have a little more protection & good drainage but still will get enough moisture that they need. I like doing that against a hard freeze.
Okay, I will do that, Jackie. Thank you! I know you are an expert gardener no doubt from looking at your amazing photos and all. Bless you