Bareroot Annanelle Hydrangeas

pmsmith2032(5b Suburbs of Chicago)February 22, 2013

I was just at Meijer and picked up three Annabelle Hydrageas. They are bareroot by DeGroot so not sure if they were a good buy or not. They don't look like they've budded out yet (I see a bit of green on one of them). Should I store them in the garage until the ground thaws?

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luis_pr

Yeah, I would pot them until things warm up a bit more, say, until after your average date of last frost in Spring. More or less. They are very hardy but very nice plants!

See a good picture here (the white ones are Annabelles):

http://americanhydrangeasociety.org/Portals/0/Gallery/Album/4/mcHenryfront.JPG

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