A potted white Hydrangea

Shandala(7b)January 27, 2013

I have a hydrangea of some sort that when I rec'vd it it was just a big thick root in a 5gal bucket of water which stayed outside all winter (I thought it was dead for sure)I kept water in the bucket in the spring I noticed new growth and was excited because the lady that gave it to me had suddenly passed away so now the plant is sentimental we potted it and it grew and produced one white cluster.I have bought a house and want to put it in the ground now, when should I do this, should I cut it back? and what should I do to help it to produce more blooms? any help would be greatly appreciated..

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Post your question, along with a photo of the leafed out hydrangea if you have one, in the hydrangea forum. There is a poster there who is very kind, patient and knowledgeable. He seems to enjoy helping and responds to questions (from rookies like me) pretty quickly.


Here is a link that might be useful: link to the hydrangea forum

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