I have a Mountain Hydranga that will not bloom. The leaves are green and the plant is healthy. It receives afternoon sun. Can you suggest anything? Also I read keep the soil moist at all times without soaking the root system. Thank you for your time

Mountain Hydrangeas bloom on old wood so, if you a pruning them in late summer or fall, you are removing the buds for the following spring’s flowers. In winter, deer will often nibble the nutritious buds off preventing spring flowering.  Also, a tough winter can also damage the buds so a burlap windbreak installed in the fall may be necessary to protect the hydrangea from the drying winter winds.  Here’s a link you might find helpful:  http://www.mortonarb.org/trees-plants/tree-plant-descriptions/mountain-hydrangea

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