Digging up hydrangea bushes
You can safely dig the hydrangeas before or after they bloom. If you're focused on the long-term garden display and not this season's aesthetics, the timing of your project doesn't matter. However, the transplanting may stress the plants and it's possible that blooming will be reduced if you dig before they bloom. To ease the stress on your hydrangeas, try to keep it a short-duration project. Have all of your soil amendments and equipment/tools ready before you dig, take a day or a weekend to amend the soil, and then replant without delay.
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