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Will a Potted Hydrangea Bloom Again?

I cut the flowers from my potted hydrangea for a flower arrangement. Is there any way I can get the plant to reflower?

By Ginny

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May 10, 20130 found this helpful

Ginny

Potted Hydrangeas from nurseries are forced to bloom. It is unlikely, even under ideal conditions, to bloom again in that pot. Plant the little baby outside, giving it plenty of room. If properly card for, it will bloom again and again for at least the next fifty years.

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