Wednesday, May 11, 2011
This is the view from the front door of my Potting shed. As you can see I have a problem with knowing when to cut the bare stems off my Hydrangea Macrophylla.
They flower on last years branches, so I only trim them pretty much after flowering later in the summer.
But then the following spring, they have all these bare canes (some with a little foliage), and most of the growth at the base.
Do I try to figure out which canes are from previous years and cut them out, leaving last years growth?
Will I even be able to identify whats what?
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