Sunlight: Choose a location with morning sun and afternoon shade. Watering: Give your Hydrangea about an inch of water each week or water as needed if the soil is not moist 2 inches beneath the surface. Fertilizer: Once a year apply a good time-release fertilizer in summer Pruning: Remove any wild branches, or prune for desired size and shape.
Select a location with well drained soil and full to partial shade. Dig a hole twice the size of the root ball, place in hole and fill with soil. Water to help the roots settle.
During winter months, bring your hydrangea indoors. Cut back the watering during winter months. Some leaves will fall off, this is normal. Prune your hydrangea after it flowers to allow new growth in Spring.
Potting & Container
Choose a 3- 5-gallon or pot/container. Insure there are ample drainage holes. Fill the pot halfway with potting mixture, remove plant from original container and fluff roots. Place your hydrangea in the center of the container and add more potting mixture. Press down on soil slightly and water. Place your potted hydrangea in an area that receives partial sunlight.