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by esor105 on July 07, 2004 02:09 AM
I have a two year old Hydrangea (Blue) that is falling over onto the ground. Do I need to cut it back or stake it? I'm real new at this garden stuff and keep making mistakes. LOL Thanks for all the help you give me.
by loz on July 08, 2004 05:55 AM
Hi [wayey] , I have 5 hydrangeas.....3 of them are really, really big. Mine are all along a chain link fence, so we just take some rope around them and tie them up pretty tight to the fence....if we don't they all flop over from the weight of the flowers......I don't cut mine until early spring.......

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