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    davehhhj
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    here are some pictures


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    Gayle
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    From this picture it looks like it needs some water.


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    margba
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    Hard to tell fromb the ou c.  Can it be made larger?


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    davehhhj
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    davehhhj
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    hope my last picture is beter dave


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    Gayle
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    A little dark but the plant looks healthy enough.  Are you having problems with it?


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    hydr?????  I guess I don’t know what that means.  Are you wanting a plant identification?  Charlene


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    Tigsy
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    Dave, that looks like a fairly healthy hydrangea — has it ever bloomed? Is it pretty young? I have no idea how early they start blooming. Did you prune it too much last fall, or did you have a severe freeze last winter? Either might’ve prevented blooming.


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    Now I get the hydr….hydrangea…(light bulb moment).

    It does look like a healthy plant, but since it is not blooming, I am guessing that it needs to be moved where it gets more sunshine…..we all love some sunshine…..but not too much for them!  LOL  Charlene


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    Gayle
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    I’m thinking it might benefit from some clean up around it too.  Pull out the grass & maybe some mulch & a little fertilizer but hold off on the fertilizer  till Spring.

    Do you cut it back every year?  Some bloom on new wood & won’t bloom if you do that.   If you’ve been doing that every year maybe try not doing it & see what happens.  How old is the plant?


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    MDgreenery
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    Hi Dave,

    Most of your Hydrangea does look healthy, but there is a patch just in front of the bush that may be a problem? I have zero experience with Hydrangea but it does look as though an animal may be using that spot (just in front) as a urinal? If that is the case I would put a small barrier just beneath the Hydrangea (tight to the base of the bush & out of sight).

     


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    ili Z.9
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    Here in the West I would say the sun burned the tips of some leaves…Clean up as suggested would probably help…If some leaves look sickly/damaged, I would do some getting rid of them…they can carry some disease…L ove Hydrangeas, but the heat really play a number on them…however they are worthy of all the trouble


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