Hydrangea and that darn late frost

melaniegardensMay 5, 2010

I have the most amazing big leaf Hydrangea that once skipped a year of blooming because I unwittingly cut trimmed ALL the wood. This year, I was determined to do things right. I only trimmed wood that did not have flowers on it from last year. However, then few days we recently had of below 30 degrees has now turned some of the leaves (particularly the ones on the higher stalks where the flowers were)into kind of a deformed state. Some have brown edges,and some are just looking like they have leaf curl. No flower blooms are happening. Any advice?

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gottagarden(z5 western NY)

Probably was the frost. If you post on the hydrangeas forum you will get advice from experts.

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