Hydrangea Leaves Yellowing and Falling Off

I have a standard Limelight hydrangea growing in full sun. We have recently had hot dry conditions and I have watered and fertilized a reasonable amount in frequency and quantity. This last week we've had a couple of thunderstorms and cloud cover. My hydrangea has just started to flower and at the same time the lower leaves have turned yellow and started to fall off. Up to this point the plant looked very healthy. Do I have a problem and if so is there a solution?

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By Alan H

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