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Hi, Wondering if it is too late to plant a Limelight Hydrangea hedge?  Are you able to provide general guidance to ensure the hedge is successful? Soil prep and spacing? Do they require stakes to support proper growth? Thank you for providing a method to submit questions!

Peter Bowden Answered question June 23, 2021

Not too late to plant.  Limelight is a large hydrangea so space them 6′-7′ apart for a solid hedge.  Prep the planting holes with some good compost like MOO DOO and be sure to add Bio-Tone starter food as per the direction on the package.  Plant so that you haven’t piled dirt up against the bark and do not pile mulch up against the stems.  Water regularly throughout htis first season and next year so the get well established.

Peter Bowden Answered question June 23, 2021
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