court623May 14, 2010

I have a Hydrangia with green leaves with white borders on it. It has 4 foot stalks but has not really have new leaf growth yet. It has little buds right now on the long stalks and some green leaves filling out on the bottom. Is it dying or a late bloomer? I'll post pics if I can figure out how. Also, I transplanted another today and the leaves are wilting pretty bad. Is that normal? I watered it thoroughly but it was moved from a friends house to mine and was out of the ground for about 3 hours. What do you think?

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clc70(8 Wa.)

My varigated hydrangia is always later than all my others. I've had hydrangia come back after wilting badly, so just keep it watered, it may out of it.

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