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Most spring bloomers flower on last years spring growth.

In a ideal world, the growers would only produce hydrangea trees from dwarf varieties, but it would take 2 extra years to create a saleable tree form, so they choose the easy way out.

Sep 04, In your case, since your hydrangea tree is overgrown and the branches already bend under their own weight, it would be wise to prune it before winter. If not, there is a risk that they snap off in snowy or icy weather, so, in October or November, simply cut all branches back to about 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) from the top of the trunk. Cut away any spent flowers that have remained on the tree over the winter with pruning shears. Snip them off at the base of the stem and compost or discard them.

On June 27,the Somerville City Council passed a Tree Preservation Ordinance (Ord. #) with new requirements for the removal of trees on private property. The ordinance went into effect on August 1,and incorporates and updates the prior City of Somerville Tree Ordinance, which set requirements only for the removal of public trees. To prune your hydrangeas, start by cleaning out the shoots that come up out of the ground near the bottom of the plant, and any coming out of the trunk.

These are called “suckers” and take valuable resources away from the healthy parts of your tree. If you prune “spring bloomers” in the winter, it will not bloom that spring. Most spring bloomers PRUNING: Pruning hydrangeas is an art and one must know the requirements of each type. MAFax