Asked by: Janneth Goyoagaasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th March, 2020
Can hydrangeas grow in Southern California?
Keeping this in consideration, how do you prune hydrangeas in California?
In California, and depending upon your microclimate and the plant's growth, it may not be necessary to prune every year. However, you may want to prune if your plant is overgrown or lanky. It is recommended that you prune after bloom in the summer and before the plant starts developing its bloom buds.
One may also ask, are hydrangeas heat tolerant? Both are among the most heat-tolerant hydrangeas, although mophead prefers a bit more shade. Panicle hydrangea (H. paniculata) – Panicle hydrangea is one of the most sun tolerant hydrangeas. However, morning sunlight and afternoon shade is best in hot climates, as the plant won't do well in intense, direct sunlight.
One may also ask, do hydrangeas grow in San Diego?
Most hydrangeas thrive in morning sun though the closer to the Southern California coast you are, the more sun a hydrangea plant can handle. If your house is inland, even in San Diego, a north-facing or an east-facing spot is best to protect them from too much sunlight.
Can you grow hydrangeas in the desert?
The Oakleaf Hydrangeas will grow best in Arizona's Hot Desert. This picture is called the “Snow Queen”. It will grow in sun or shade, but the blooms last longer if they get a little afternoon shade in hot climates. It does need sun and shade.