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Hi everybody, I have a white hydranger which has out grown its container, when is the best time to transplant and should I prune it back at the time. Thanks for your answers.



You can plant it out from now, remembering to tease the roots out if it's pot-bound. Don't prune it - the flowers need to stay on until spring, to protect the new shoots and buds. Cut them off then.

16 Sep, 2010

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