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Do not prune big leaf hydrangea in fall, winter or spring.



You may ask, Will hydrangeas grow back if cut down? Even if you cut canes back to ground level during dormancy, the shrubs will grow back and produce blooms in spring.

However, pruning to the ground weakens the stems over time and you may have to stake the plants to keep them upright. In conclusion, you don’t have to cut back hydrangeas. If you do, it is dependent upon what type of growth you are cutting. Old-growth has bark that is layered and dry looking. Its stems are also stiff and rigid. This type of growth should be cut before it grows its buds for the following year. You should cut it immediately after they treelop.pwted Reading Time: 7 mins.

The older the wood that you remove, the fewer blooms produced the following summer. The other two varieties, PeeGee and Annabelle, produce buds on the new growth each year. These hardy plants can be pruned to the ground every fall and they will regrow each spring with new buds on the new wood.

Apr 17, The structure of hydrangea stems means that it’s best to leave cutting back until spring. This is because the stems are cork-like, rather than woody, and hold enough moisture inside them during winter for this to freeze in frosty weather. If they are pruned in autumn, after flowering, the buds can freeze, killing the stems and their buds.





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