How do I keep my indoor hydrangea flourishing?

I have an indoor hydrangea macrophylla plant and can't seem to keep the leaves from burning at the edges. I first placed it in room with east facing windows and it was drooped by about 10am. I moved it further away so it didn't get as much light and it seemed to do better but I've noticed the leaves are still turning brown around the edges and an emerging flower shoot isn't blossoming as big as the others. I water it every day to keep the soil moist. What else should I be doing?

Submitted by lpederson31

Hydrangeas do best with high humidity and lots of moisture. It sounds as though you're doing most things right. Perhaps you could place other plants nearby to help raise the humidity in the vicinity of the plant, and keep the soil uniformly moist.

Answered by DSchrock