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} Dec 02, Like other summer-blooming bigleaf hydrangeas, 'Nikko Blue' blooms on old wood and requires pruning just after flowers expire, no later than July, or plants may not bloom the following year. Plants Missing: Lutz FL. Mar 31, How to Prune Nikko Blue stumpmulching.pwg: Lutz FL. Sep 21, Angle your cut approximately 1/4 inch above a healthy set of leaves or buds. For larger stems, long-handled bypass loppers provide extra leverage. Use a sharp pruning saw for anything over 1 inch in diameter.

Disinfect your pruning implements with household disinfectant before and after you prune your stumpmulching.pwg: Lutz FL. Jun 18, The Nikko Blue Hydrangea is in the macrophylla family of hydrangeas and for the most part, but not always, Macrophylla Hydrangeas bloom on old wood. I’d prune the plants to make them nice and full and fertilize with something organic like milorganite. Reply. We live in central Florida and in the 2 years we have lived here, I can’t Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.

May 04, For best flowering results, time pruning of once-blooming traditional cultivars like ‘Nikko Blue’ soon after flowering is finished in late summer.



There are many stems in the base that might crowd out growth.



These plants set flower buds on the previous season’s wood; pruning older cultivars in the fall or winter may rejuvenate the plant but will prevent flowering the next year!Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins.

Mar 17, Nikko blue hydrangea bushes do not require much (if any) pruning, but the main thing that you need to know if you do feel compelled to prune them is that they bloom on old wood.

Buds are set in late summer to early fall, so you should prune prior to stumpmulching.pwcal Name: Hydrangea macrophylla. Jul 08, If you’ve got the type that blooms on new wood, prune your shrubs in late winter or early spring for shape, taking them down to between 1 and 3 feet from the ground. If you’ve got the kind that blooms on old wood, follow the method above, removing 1/3 of the oldest living stalks each summer after the shrubs have stumpmulching.pwg: Lutz FL.





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