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Monday, September 29, 2008
After a couple of months this Hydrangea is doing quite well. By the spring it should be blooming. Updated 1/19/09.
The heat really got to this Hydrangea. The brown leaves
were cut back t
o foster new growth. Plenty of water and shade will help the
hydrangea form new buds.
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