Unhealthy-looking Hydrangea

Anne McGrath asked 6 years ago

I planted a hydrangea earlier this year, which was thriving – lovely dark green foliage & growing rapidly. Since the start of our ‘summer’ it has started to be effected by, what looks like, mildew. It has started to turn a pale yellow and is losing its leaves. I’ve treated the mildew with a baking soda solution however the shrub is still failing, badly!

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 4 years ago
It just hasn’t rooted out into the surrounding soil and is undergoing a transition. 

Despite the rain, it needs watering once a week until the end of September, or until it perks up.

No feeding now. 

No need for baking soda. 

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