Check watering. I did sprinkle a handful of aluminum Sulfate on all the hydrangea’s earlier this week? does it harm the hydrangeas? Also, if there was a tree there before it could be that the area is still congested with roots. Would I be able to receive news letter on my email? Is there anyway to keep Incrediball Hydrengeas from turning green so early in the season? They’re pretty, but not what I was expecting! You can cut the flopping stems if you’d like, or you can stake them using the method I show here: http://coffeeforroses.com/how-to-stake-flopping-hydrangeas/ – if you cut them do it in the early morning, strip off the leaves and you should be able to use the cut flowers for a bouquet in the house. It is starting to get its leaves as usual (we live in MA on the other end of the state from you). Monique. You don’t want to do that very early, however, or mice can move in and eat the plant in their cozy surroundings. White hydrangeas naturally turn green and then brown as the flowers age – you probably have an Annabelle, or an Incrediball, which flowers on new growth. In temps that are above 85 you might have to water more frequently. 4. If you use a different insecticide, make sure it’s labeled for the treatment of scale and use according to directions. Thanks again for all your help! The other problems that can cause what you see could be something at root level, such as drought from the past year or two, or the opposite, too much water which has caused rotting roots. Overwatering? I planted small Little Lime plants this year and they started blooming 2 weeks ago approx. But if it’s a branch here and there, more random, follow those down looking at the stems carefully. First the smaller one but soon after the larger plant. Cut them down until you come to green growth, and on some of those canes that will be tot he ground. Hi, I have two nikko blue hydrangeas…on the old wood, it doesn’t look like there are any new green shoots. We often see blackening on things like lilacs and peonies in such conditions. blooming. Many large flowered hydrangeas flop because the weight of the flower is just too great for the stem. But here are some things to think about and maybe you can figure it out yourself: What has the watering been like? I watered it well when I planted it in a pot, and I put some brokem clay pot pieces over the holes so that soil didn’t clog them up, so maybe that was the wrong thing to do. I’m cutting off the dead flowers. I have had 2 pee-wee hydrangeas for nearly 15 years and they have performed beautifully. Treat with an appropriate fungicide if the problem is serious, and be sure to rake up and destroy all fallen foliage in the autumn. I actually bought four of them at the same time, and they’re all the same. We would remove any dead canes and water them deeply once a week all summer. Thanks for visiting our blog! Hydrangeas have such large leaves and flowers that they lose lots of water through their pores during a hot day. I’m afraid something has happened (improper pruning, mulching) to cause this. We had a hard winter two years ago and they have not been the same. The “sap” might be actual sap from the maple but it might also be plant juices that an insect in the maple tree is excreting on the hydrangeas. At that point cut off the dead wood and leave what is regrowing. 1. Some varieties, such as Pia, are dwarf and don’t grow much taller than that. The flowers on both lacecaps and mopheads last longest when the plants are in morning sun and afternoon shade. Some of the blooms look like they go straight to seed in a fuzzy like burst. Water deeply every three days while the plant is young, and every five days once established. Hi I have mop heads and some endless summer plants. The powdery stuff might be powdery mildew, a fungal problem that hydrangeas can get in some areas. Or, is it possible that a mop head can ‘turn into’ a lace top? Jan – you can email photos to: [email protected] and request that they be passed onto C.L. It has been very cool and wet and I see in this last week the Pee Gee Tree new leaf growth has become stunted and very small on about half of the tree. These are not evergreens – they will lose all their leaves in the winter. Any ideas? It seems that half of the plant has dried and the leaves are wilted but the other half is still green. You can keep the plant alive, however, and plant it outside in May if you live in an area where these are hardy. The plant will probably live but do water it well every three days, soaking not only around the plant but the soil beyond. I planted a quick fire hydrangea about a week ago which has lots of afternoon sun. I’ll water very few days..I was so worried it was the heat and humidity that was causing this…. to the rest of the plant. I know.. stupid me. I live in St. Louis (zone 6 I believe) and just bought a limelight hydrangea on Sunday and didn’t have time to plant it so I kept it in a shady corner of my yard. There are some that are more sturdy on their stems than others. Good luck! 5. If so, try spraying with spinosad (such as Captain Jack’s) and see if that takes care of it. Anita, In cold damp weather it’s a fungal party out there! Do you what is causing this and what I can do? Could that be the problem? I recently bought two lovely little lime hydrangeas. You should try putting a soaker hose or sprinkler on these plants for a longer time – it would soak deeper over a wider area of ground. Little Quick Fire® panicle hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata) is a dwarf version of Quick Fire®, the earliest blooming panicle hydrangea.Planting this super easy care flowering shrub extends the flowering season by several weeks – it’s always in bloom by 4 th of July for us here in Michigan! I would love to send u a picture.thank u so much, Jen – send the photo to The Garden Lady: [email protected]. By removing the flower buds in spring, these types of hydrangeas will not have enough time to set new buds that will produce spring or summer flowers. Sharon, These plants will drop the brown or dead foliage. It was beautiful, with lots of flower buds until the leaves started curling, turning yellow & brown, and falling off. Thanks for any help! We usually cut all of them to about 18 inches in the late fall. Dig down in the area and see if the soil is damp down that far. Kathy. Even though I am watering the plants almost daily, the blooms are turning brown and when I lightly touch them, they fall off in my hand. Lace caps are often a different color in the center than they are outside. Limelight are pretty tough plants – unless the root ball was dry for several days in a row it is likely to recover. That aside, no there is no way to prevent this although if you have the plants growing in afternoon shade the white flowers might last a few days longer. Once the shoots from the ground are about 4 or 5″ high, cut off any canes that have no green buds opening. And if that’s the case, I don’t need to be alarmed? The multitude of tiny little buds just turn brown and shrivel up. So look to those as being the cause. They face north in front of my home and get a few hours of direct sunlight early in the day and are never overwhelmed by the hot sun. Periods of very cold weather, then mild, and endless days of overcast. You might want to apply a general organic fertilizer – either liquid or granular – from your local garden center. If the soil is dry, be sure that you’re not hand watering. No bugs on plant or white flies ect. If so, how far back should I be cutting down stem? I have four hydrangea bushes all planted in the same area. I fear the varments have tunneled under them. You don’t say if you live on the Cape or not, but but in our area, where the temperatures are similar right now, these plants won’t be able to be put outdoors until mid to late May. Sorry your hydrangeas wilted! We can hope that there is still life in the stems. Don’t give them any more fertilizer as this will make the growth faster and temporarily weaker. Victoria Lee Blackstone is a horticulturist and a professional writer who has authored research-based scientific/technical papers, horticultural articles, and magazine and newspaper columns. If you mean something is digging around the plants, be sure they are watered in well so that the soil isn’t loose – you could also try mulching around the plants, or covering the area around them temporarily with chicken wire. We, as a local garden center, can’t answer emails with photos but if you download the Garden Compass App to your phone you can get direct advice from their team. Then once it’s colder, sometime in December in your area, mound pine branches over the plant to protect it. The plant has dried up. Many new hydrangeas are raised in a neutral pH soil so it’s not unusual for the color not to be very blue the first year. Donna, Thank you for the advice! If the plant stays wilted in the evening, that’s a sign of 1) too little water. Hydrangea paniculata blooms on new wood. Are the brown ones OK…is this normal? All the foliage &flowers completely dried up. Any ideas appreciated. The plant will shed dried leaves on its own. It’s so strange…my plants in Massachusetts thrived after only one year in the ground and are covered with flowers and no leaves ever browned. Should I continue to wait and hope or prune this back hard and hope it looks better next year? No need to treat although if there are some really infected leaves you could snip them off to improve the look of the plant. If so, what you see as “dried” might be fertilizer burn. The first year, I cut it all the way down. The underlying wood does not appear to be soft other than this substance, but the tree seems to move easier than it should if it is gently “pushed.” Any idea as to what could be causing this? You can also stagger your cuts by pruning the outer stems lower than the inner stems. My hydrangeas are too short! So trimmed off the faded flowers and put in shade the plant wilted and few leaves fell off. Also, should I try and move it to more of a sheltered spot over the winter? Sarah, I’m also not sure what to do about pruning them. If they seem smaller than in the past try fertilizing next spring and watering deeply once a week, plus pruning well in the spring. (A light application of Holly-tone once a year should be enough). I’m in the mddle of a very hot summer in Northern Va. Sherry, It was looking it’s best in the 5yrs I have had it. They replace their height in one season, so there is no such thing as pruning it to make it short again. Mulch around the plant to keep moisture in the soil. Seems odd only the limelights are affected. and lastly, if it tends to wilt on hot days you might water it twice a week instead of once. These pots should be put in a place where the plants are dormant – an unheated garage, for example, or a shed. The dots are a leaf spot fungus, however, and this is usually caused by splashing of the flowers and foliage with water. When I planted it some flowers were pure white and others were green. If half the plant is wilted either it got damaged on one side (roots or stem) or too much fertilizer was put on one side (could be from lawn?) You can snip them off. The only insecticide that will work is a systemic – if you want to go that route, come into the store and talk to Craig, Nan, or Chris and they will show you the options. 6 weeks after planting 3 little limes, the branches are “splayed out” with center exposed and leaves have become sparse. Is this transplant shock, over-watering or what? Water deeply less often an hope for the best! Endless summer won’t “revert” to a lacecap hydrangea, but there might have been one growing in that container and then the ES died, leaving that plant. Sharon. Do you know what variety they are? My grandparents bought this spray that is supposed to be suitable for most flowers, and its supposed to fend off a variety of insects as well as prevent and cure black spot, rust, mildew, blights and other diseases. The center of the flower appears to be ok although there is little color there. Once you have all dead tissue removed, give the plant a light application of Holly-tone and top dress around the plant with organic matter such as composted cow manure. The problem with mounding dirt over roots that show is that this often washes off in a hard rain. Last spring two of them did not bloom well, some stems looked rotten, leaves dying etc. These plants form their flower buds in July and August for the following summer, so never cut the canes down to the ground. The rest of the plant looks healthy and it isn’t happening on every bloom head. Unfortunately, I have not seen much change or improvement. Beth, Yesterday I planted it in a sunny area in my yard . I can then lightly tug on the cane and the entire cane comes out of the ground. Although you can prune Quick Fire hydrangea close to the ground and it will resprout and produce flowers, repeated hard prunings like this have the potential to weaken your plant over time. Thanks for your suggestions!!! I have two of them. The problem I have with my white mophead hydrangea is that one side of the plants leaves and stems seem to flop outward from the rest of the plant. If I plant it tomorrow will it bounce back or will it die completely? That would be good information if you want to plant other things there in the future. Can you tell me what’s happening from this description and what I can do to prevent it from spreading (oh no!) Be sure nothing else was poured onto the plants, however – drying and browning can be the result of other substances being poured into the pots, or the plants being given too much synthetic fertilizer. Kind regards, I await your reply Thank you in advance. I live in the RTP area of NC and have noticed where I trimmed the bush last year that the stalks have tiny holes going down the center. I love in southern indiana. Actually the better and easier approach would be to bury the pots in a sheltered place for the winter. You are watering in the worst way possible. Should I remove the sticks from the plant? Denise – is there a light grey powder on the leaves? The other hydrangea in the yard, in another spot, is fully leafed-out and looks fine. They look like healthy buds and there are occasional fully-opened leaves, but a lot of the plant simply looks stuck. It this due to shock? Your watering sounds good to even a bit over board, so the browning might be due to something other than drying out. These blooms tend to hold upright instead of flopping over and make great cut flowers (both dried and fresh). We’re assuming here that you’re speaking of a blue/pink hydrangea not a paniculata or arborescens (like Annabelle) form. Help! There is one that does not look right this year. The blue macrophyllas (Endless Summer etc) would do OK but wouldn’t flower if the the winter temperatures go below 5 degrees. I just planted seven Samantha hydrangeas in my back yard. The stunting is continuing and seems to be spreading to the healthier leaves. In zone 6 with almost full day of sun on this tree. What could be the problem. The leaves and flowers are so large that they lose water quickly and go from drooping to crispy in a matter of a few hours. There area few holes in the main trunk steam. The hydrangea with the black leaves gets watered with a hand held hose once a week or so. The first way to treat is to go out in the early morning before they have come out of the protective webbing and cut it off the plant and throw it in the trash. The leaves on the new growth are curling. It’s soon going to be first frost here. See this blog post: http://coffeeforroses.com/keeping-potted-plants-outside-all-winter/. Either that or those plants are getting hit with irrigation too often and this leads to fungal conditions that damage the flowers. The old growth are just sticks that are very brittle but do not pull out from the ground. The other half is growing as usual. Have you ever had the soil tested to see if there is something wildly off about the area? I’ve bought a fungicide but it didn’t do anything – so I’m assuming it’s more of a preventative than a treatment, the more I’m reading on the fungus… is this normal? As you drive around the Cape you will see that blue hydrangeas planted in full sun go by very quickly…when planted in AM or late afternoon sun, but shaded during the hottest part of the day, the flowers last longer. I live in East Tennessee. Can’t find anything online that addresses this problem. Can/should remove them? The blooms have no flowers but still have shape. Ok–I will give that a try. I guess that’s the full name of my plant. Thank you for your help in advance. In other words, start off by thinking about what may be different this season…, Hi, I wonder if you could help me with my hydrangea soil problem. In the pink/blue macrophyllas, look for BloomStruck and all plants in the Everlasting Series. You don’t mention what type of hydrangeas you’re speaking of – blue/pink flowering or white H. paniculata or others. SO I think you’re seeing drought stress and burn from the concentrated aluminum sulfate on dry plants. In a month or so you’ll be able to see which stem has died and which one is putting out new foliage. They frequently turn a red or rusty color as the flowers age. Wishing you luck! Ususally an iron deficiency is seen on all the foliage, not the lower. Most of our customers here on the Cape are concerned about problems on their blue flowering Hydrangea macrophylla, or big-leaf hydrangeas. Anita, Thank you. I have a Pink Diamond Hydrangea that we got as a wedding gift 3 years ago. Any ideas? I’m afraid it will die. I am a new Gardner and would appreciate all the help on these….thank you! Have there been any weed killers or other herbicides used around this plant or on a lawn near the plant? Robert, We’d suggest that you take a photo of these plants and take it into your local garden center for advice. Mike, No issues at all and many different perennials are planted here. Please advise. Clip the stem off below the hole and throw it in the garbage – not in the compost or woods next to your house. I plan on putttrung them in two huge pots. Thanks for your quick response though… I’ve been trying for five years to get these to bloom like I expected! This spring one has quite a few leaves coming up at the base, one has just a few very tiny leaves coming up, and one has no leaves at all yet. Can you offer some advice? I made the big mistake of giving them rose food fertiliser granules.. twice in a month. Is that too much sun? Help. Those leaves are dying. You may have fall webworm, or some other tenting caterpillar. We live in Indiana (zone 6). I planted them at the beginning of September. Plus, do I repot, clearing all soil from roots beforehand? They do grow a few blooms. That said, what do you do now? Planted in my backyard about 3 or 4 days later. Pruning: Little pruning is needed beyond removing any dead wood whenever seen. What do I do about the part of the base that is dead? You don’t need to spray, you just need to alter your watering method. On the other hand, it’s the time of year when we might notice that our plants have problems. I have a pistachio hydrangea that has doubled in size in the 18 months it’s been in my yard here in central California, But the blooms were not at all the same this last season they barely filled in with color at all they mostly stayed green, What can I do to improve color next season, This plant gets early morning sun with dappled shade by midday and full shade by afternoon and gets a deep watering weekly. Read more about it here: http://extension.psu.edu/pests/plant-diseases/all-fact-sheets/wetwood-or-slime-flux. But if the brown is spotty it’s probably leaf spot fungus. I just noticed my Hydrangea Macrophylla “Forever Pink” has quite a few blooms that are It’s a decent size and has little bloom heads already. Hi, I live in Milwaukee, WI zone 5a. But good general advice is to water deeply less often, mulch around the plant to hold in moisture, don’t get the foliage wet and don’t fertilize this year. We have planted a couple of the Endless Summer variety in early Spring. But it was left in direct afternoon sun for one day and the leaf edges became crispy and brittle. Most hydrangeas will grow six to eight feet in diameter where happy so place accordingly. DEEP shade. If your temps go below 10 degrees F. where you are, that can kill off many hydrangea buds and some varieties are more susceptible than others. wilting. Thank you in advance for any insight you can give us. Hydrangeas that Fall in the mud: Here is a way to support floppy hydrangea stems on an Annabelle or other large flowered shrubs. Quick Fire Fab, on the other hand, is a mophead, which means that the dazzling sterile florets far outnumber the small, less showy fertile florets. Your plants will make flowers next year and you and your husband can joke about them being the “comeback plants.”, Hi I have a blue hydrangea in a pot but most of the flowers have gone brown can u tell me why and and can I cut them off also I have put potatoe peeling around the pot for fertiliser am I doing the right thing please help. If a synthetic fertilizer was applied to heavily, that can cause browning on the ends of branches. The only thing to do is to cut all canes with no green growth off at this point, and live with the fact that there will be fewer flowers this summer. We’re not set up for photos here – we’re a garden center, not a full-time hydrangea help line, even though we see that many could use Hydrangea Help 24-7! Care of Iris After They Finish Blooming →, http://www.gardenlady.com/read-articles/why-doesnt-my-endless-summer-hydrangea-bloom/, http://coffeeforroses.com/how-to-stake-flopping-hydrangeas/, http://coffeeforroses.com/keeping-potted-plants-outside-all-winter/, http://extension.psu.edu/pests/plant-diseases/all-fact-sheets/wetwood-or-slime-flux, https://www.gardenlady.com/read-articles/why-doesnt-my-endless-summer-hydrangea-bloom/, Protecting Plants Before Winter ~ How, When and Why. The main reason that hydrangeas turn brown and wilt inside is if they dry out in between watering. I have little limes and all of my 20 plants around our pool have developed yellow leaves on the inner most leaves of the plants. Any suggestions? I haven’t done the deep watering for 3 days since we’ve had rain, so I’m glad you mentioned the difference in water needs. I am watering them everyday towards the end of the day before the sun goes down. If your plant recovers once the sun sets that is what’s happening and there is no cause for concern. Thanks! If a large dose of fertilizer was applied, or if lawn fertilizer or other lawn products was spread into the bed accidentally, water the plants really well to flush things out. 2. The plant seems to get both sun and shade. Margaret. Maybe to much water can turn the steams brown as well? I live in Tracy, CA, and in zone 9. read somewhere the plant is to only get 3-4hours of sunlight but even the tag doesn’t say what type of sun or how much. It is actually dwarfed in size. I live in Atlanta, GA. With all due respect, it is simply not the case that Hydrangea’s bloom on previous years wood. Other possible causes of browning include fertilizer burn (too much fertilizer, too strong a fertilizer mix, or applying fertilizer to a thirsty plant) or having the flowers hit with water frequently. This spring after pruning, new buds were abundant and leaf growth started. The joy with Quick Fire is watching it change colors. That will soak the root balls well – hand watering, or 20 minutes of an automatic irrigation system doesn’t water plants deeply enough. I did not fertilize, but I did amend the soil with compost as i do with everything I plant. No, without knowing what caused the holes it’s not wise to do anything to the soil now – keep in mind that if you use an insecticide in the soil you’ll kill the earthworms and the good insects that help keep the “bad guys” in check. Hydrangea flowers last longest when the plant is shaded from the sun from 11 AM to 2 PM. Robin, They receive filtered son most of the day and living in the country in Mississippi they are planted near two large oak trees. I have a borer type insect on my large leaf hydrangeas, whitish colour, very small even with microscope, moves quickly. I am a very experienced gardener, and I know how to grow and prune all kinds of hydrangeas. Thank you!! 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