Bella Anna advice
I fell in love with Bella Anna and bought one by mail order last summer to plant in honor of my daughter (her name is Anabela). I planted it next a small mophead and some day lilies in my backyard. It did well (3-4 blooms)all summer. I deadheaded the blooms but did not prune at all and left it alone all winter. Spring has sprung early on LI and my older mophead and lacecap hydrangeas are all budding, but my Bella Anna looks dead. Nothing is budding on the old wood stems. I am new to gardening and don't know what to expect. Will my Bella Anna sprout new from the ground, or does it sound like its done?