Newly Planted Hydrangeas Wilting
So, when my husband and I first decided to plant hydrangeas (my favorite flower), we were discouraged over and over by everyone we talked to. Finally, a friend said, "Try them out. If they die, they die, but at least you know for sure." And we are trying! We planted 6 Endless Summer Hydrangeas about 10 days ago, and two of them look great! Four of them are getting more sun than we originally thought: early morning sun and late afternoon sun. The past few days, those 4 have looked very wilted in the evenings. So, we water and they come back. But, last night we watered and this morning two of them still look wilted. Should we water these every morning right now? Would anyone recommend fertilizing? It may be that they're just getting too much sun, but we'd like to try and keep them alive! Thoughts?