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Attached photo is leaf off hydrangea from last year. New growth doing same.

Flowers and Ornamentals • Plants

Hydrangeas are deciduous, so it is natural for them to lose their leaves during winter.

Hydrangeas respond well to pruning. Trim them back to healthy buds.  This will encourage healthy new growth and help them keep their dense bushy habit when they return to full leaf in spring/summer.

Feed every week through Spring and Summer with a flowering fertiliser.  Try 'Yates Thrive Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food' as a complete, liquid plant food that provides your flowering plants with the balanced nutrients they require for healthy growth and flower production. Click here for more info on this product: https://www.yates.com.au/product/garden-fertilisers/speciality-fertilisers/yates-thrive-roses-flowers-liquid-plant-food

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Answered: 21 Jul, 2022

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