cure for root rot?
I have a generic big leaf hydrangea in a plastic pot. I guess I watered it too much. Its leaves were droopy and soft. So, I moved it to another pot with drier dirt, hoping it would soak away the extra moisture. It didn't. So, now I have pulled the root ball out of the dirt. I guess it probably has root rot. It still feels damp up around the roots. Can I dip the root ball in a very weak bleach solution. I know they tell us to do this with water lilies to kill crown rot. Will it work on hydrangeas?