worried I didn't loosen the rootball enough. flower heads wilting
I recently (within a few days) planted a huge mophead hydrangea plant. I don't know if it is endless summer or not because it wasn't identified when I bought it. Anyway, I am so new to gardening but thought I has studied hard enough to plant them. I was nervous of shocking the plant when loosening the rootball and if I remember...they were pretty tightly circled. I managed to get a few tiny roots apart and planted. The next day the two lowest flower heads are dropping a lot. I tested the soil moisture, I watered directly onto the rootball...but no change today. I used as much fresh new gardening soil as I could when planting and added mulch on top. Should I dig it up, loosen the rootball and replant or will that just shock it to the point of death? I paid $35 bucks for this plant and I love it. Please help me make it live!