Endless Summer Hydrangea are easy to care for in spring after the final frosts have passed apply a slow release fertiliser, and prune just above new growth, pruning below new growth will result in less flowers. Summer months try to water consistently and keep the soil moist, do not allow to dry out, spent flowers can be trimmed if required this will encourage new blooms. In Autumn do not prune or fertilise the plant should be left until spring to itself until spring.
When should I prune back my Hydrangea:
We suggest waiting until Febrary/March when the frosts have gone. The dead flower heads will protect the plant over the winter months. When the frosts have finished cut it back by approximately a quarter and remove any weak or frost damaged shoots to the healthy wood.