Afternoon Justin I love them as they fade - well, I love them at any time and I also have several dried ones indoors, the colours are fab! I think you are s'posed to leave the flowers on til Spring...to protect the buds below 👍🏼
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Hydrangeas (as per most) are best transplanted or moved when they're dormant (late Autumn) so it's probably in shock right now which is why it's lost it's leaves. Judging by the pic it looks like you've still got green bits on it so hopefully if you keep watering it it'll take. They like to be moist and in free draining soil @steven2016 so fingers crossed for you 👍
Sorry to hear that Mo... Have you tried feeding them? They also tend to prefer rain water to tap water as this can sometimes be a little hard depending where you live. Try feeding your plants if you haven't next year in late winter/early spring with garden compost or leafmould. Hope this helps 👋 @mojo
I haven't feed them Justin, as the garden is relatively new I thought I wouldn't need to! 😕 The water up here is quite soft and as we've had plenty of rain lately I'm not too worried about that. I will definitely feed them all in the spring though. I'm sure that's the problem. Thanks for the helpful advice, very much appreciated. 🌟👍
Thanks Justin 👋 @justin . Hoping for sun, to sit outside for lunch at our beautiful St Brelade's Bay ☀😎️! Fingers crossed as there's a load of activity on the way, up in them there skies according to the weather forecasts! ☀️⚡️💦⛅️ I check at least 4 forecasts plus BBC morning news and pick the best one, being ever the optimist!! ☀️☀️☀️ 🍸🍸🍸
Hi @garyg ... I would suggest Samares Manor and Reg's Garden for sure. But since being in the w/chair 4 yrs ago I am only just getting back out there other than going to work and spending weekends with friends. Of course visits to our marvellous St Peters Garden Centre continued throughout but the two I've mentioned were places I loved to visit b.c. (before chair!!) . Any other Jersey GTers out there offer a suggestion other than Reg"s & Samares?
Wow stunning! So this is how they grow in London @cara!! Justin do you do anything special with these? Mine haven't flowered this year and @kathy tells me its probably because my soil is too fertile (lots of leave but no flowers) I'm not sure how to solve that problem!