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Clay soil is perhaps the most common type of soil, and many gardeners sometimes have difficulty growing in it. However, this does not apply to hydrangeas because they can tolerate heavy moisture-retaining soils. Yes, these will not be the best conditions for these plants, but they will grow there.

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One of the most common problems of gardeners is the incorrect placement of plants in the garden. Very often, after purchase, the plants are placed too close to each other, and sooner or later, there is a need for replanting. Hydrangeas are no exception, the young plant looks very compact, but after a while, it …

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Oakleaf Hydrangeas have a special place in gardens, but many do not know how and when to prune these plants due to lack of information on the network. The most common method of pruning hydrangeas is deadheading (cutting off clusters of flowers), and also, there are other methods of pruning.

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Hydrangeas are strong and beautiful plants, but in the process of growing them can appear many problems. One such problem is various diseases. Unfortunately, hydrangeas have a wide list of threats that can harm them. The most common are fungal diseases that mainly affect the leaves. The next threat is bacteria which are a serious …

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