Hydrangea tree fell out of ground and is dying???
We had some rough storms here on Sunday and my Pee Gee Hydrangean tree fell over and the roots were pulled from the ground.
I picked it up and re-planted it, but I think it's hopeless. Leaves are all droopy and the once beautiful creamy white flowers are now a light brown. How can I tell if this is permanent death, or just a major root shock that it will recover from? The mud around it is now hard as a rock, but still wet, so I don't know how much (or if) to water it.
Is there anything I can do to nurse it back to health, or is it a lost cause? Looking for some desparate measures here.
Thanks so much,