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Hydrangea Update After Late Summer Planting

Do you remember the first  2 Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea Shrubs I have in my garden?  In this post I share the amazing transplant that took place last year.  In the video featuring Hydrangea Report After Brutal Move find out what happen.

Hydrangea Report After Brutal Move Video

I could not believe my eyes this past spring when I saw new green growth on those 2 Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangeas I dug up last year.  If you follow me in social media you may remember I shared how I dug them up after cutting them back from 4 feet tall to about 12″ tall.  I let them sit out in the shade with just a little covering on the roots that were basically bare.  These plants were destine to live apparently because they look pretty darn good this early June.  Check out the video below:

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You can find this hydrangea video and other creative ideas on my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.

The images below are from the move during the summer of 2020.  The Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangeas were beautiful in that mostly shade location but I never got a really deep color bloom. 

The New Location in June
Here are the shrubs in June 2021

Wait until you see the new hydrangeas added to the spot I pulled these Hydrangeas!

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I am trying to add more videos featuring the gardens I grow here in NW Ohio which is hardiness zone 5b.  If you would be so kind and leave me a comment with your feedback or questions it is greatly appreciated.  Looking for something and unable to find it on this site? Be sure to connectt with me as soon as possible.  I really believe in doing what you want to do in the garden and when things like this happen it makes it all the more AWESOME!

Happy Hydrangea Growing,

Bren Haas

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