hydrangeas in full sun?
I have several hydrangeas in an area that used to be my shade garden. Last fall my neighbor murdered his large pine tree because it "dropped too much litter" on his precious lawn. This tree provided my only shade in the yard and kept the plants out of the hot mid day sun. Anyways, now my hydrangeas (and a few shade perennials, hosta, etc..) will be in full sun this year and I'm wondering if they will fry out there? I have 2 Limelight, Pink Diamond, Annabelle, 4 Endless Summer, and a Blushing Bride. They are all several years old and well established with the exception of Blushing Bride. It just kills me because I don't have anywhere else in my yard with enough shade to relocate these to.
Anyone know of any trees with pretty flowers in the spring that will drop messy fruit all summer that I can plant at the edge of my property?? Just kidding (but oh so tempting!).. I'm sure he's probably already irritated with all the rose & clematis petals falling through the fence into his yard.