If you have Hydrangeas in your yard, and are not sure what to do with them in the Spring- particularly if they seem like they may not have made it through Winter- check out this video from the University of Illinois Extension showing you how to prune your Hydrangeas in the Spring to avoid damaging or unnecessarily destroying the shrubs:
As with all plants, give them time to see if they’ve made it before you remove it. And always check to be sure you are pruning plants and shrubs correctly to avoid damaging them.
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