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Hydrangeas won't bloom

I have several hydrangeas in my yard. They turn green and look healthy every year but won't bloom......any ideas on what I can do? Thanks!

Submitted by kimacree

Common causes for these beautiful shrubs to act stubborn include:
-- They're grown in too much shade.
-- They are pruned at the wrong time of year.
-- Their flowers were frozen in winter or zapped by a late on spring frost.

Here's a link to more details on when to prune and how to care for various types of hydrangeas.

Answered by DSchrock

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