You can enjoy hydrangea flowers by fertilizing well
- Nathaniel Chalobah
The hydrangea is probably the most popular plant in European gardens. Of course, this has a lot to do with the inflorescence of this special bloomer. Nowadays there are hydrangeas in all kinds of colors and amount of flowers. A hydrangea not only belongs in every garden, but is always an asset to a terrace or balcony. How do you care for a hydrangea? When should you fertilize a hydrangea?
Caring for a hydrangea is not particularly difficult, but you should pay attention to a few things and sort them out before planting. Good soil, timely pruning and sufficient water are important. Protection against late night frost is also a must, otherwise you run the risk of getting fewer flowers afterwards. You can read all about fertilizing below. If you are going to plant a hydrangea, you can do this in a pot or in the ground. Remember that the plant must get enough sun otherwise it will not flower profusely. If the hydrangea is in full sun, it needs regular extra water. Before planting, always put the root ball in a bucket of water for a few minutes. That way it can suck up well.