Transplanting Hydrangeas - too late?

Kestrel Shutters & DoorsSeptember 9, 2006

Is it too late to transplant some hydrangeas that are in pots? I had rooted some branches last year and dug them up this spring and put them into pots while I thought about where their new home would be. However, I never got around to getting them into the ground.

Now that it's September should I put them in the ground or just bring the pots inside for the winter?

Thanks,

Jim

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Pipersville_Carol(z6 Bucks PA)

I don't think it's too late. We've still got about a month before the first frost, right? Should be enough time for them to grow some roots.

    Bookmark   September 11, 2006 at 12:26PM
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karen_b(6a s.c. PA)

Just make sure you keep watering them thoroughly throughout the fall and winter (especially if it's dry and little snow) and mulch. I transplanted some oakleafs late last fall, got busy keeping 2 acres raked and forgot to mulch. The roots survived thankfully and they had to start over from the bottom up.

    Bookmark   September 12, 2006 at 1:14PM
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