A flowering Hydrangea is an eye catcher by itself. When you have an entire shrub blooming, it is a sight to behold with its gorgeous hues of blue, lavender, pink, red and white. They bloom during the late spring and summer and even into the fall, but they can be temperamental.
If you want to plant Hydrangeas, then you’ll want to make sure and do it correctly. Don’t be surprised if you go a season or two without blooms, but you can maximize the chances by following these tips.