In your area, Tickled Pink Hydrangea will do best in full sun. If it needs to be moved to a sunny spot, fall is a great time to transplant it. Dig a good hole, add some compost, pack in the soil around the roots, water well, and mulch. To get your hydrangea ready for winter, watch and follow the tips in my prepping for winter video. Wait until spring to prune and follow the directions in my hydrangea pruning video. In the spring, give it a good balanced, slow-release fertilizer. Next year, you will want to pay attention to growing good roots and healthy tops. Regular, deep watering will help.
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