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Sep 27, 7 Steps to Transplanting Hydrangeas. 1. Transplant at the right time. Plan to transplant before the ground freezes over. Wait until hydrangeas have finished flowering or gone dormant for the year before moving them. 2. Find a new home. Pick a place for the hydrangea that doesn’t receive too much sun. Hydrangeas prefer semi-shade. Aug 19, Step back from the center of the plant at least ten inches or more depending on how big your hydrangea is.

Dig up the plant, try to keep the maximum number of roots. Do not shake the soil from the roots. Move the hydrangea to a new place. The planting hole should be twice the size of the roots of the plant you are should be rich and moist.

Do not plant too deeply. Plant at the same depth the hydrangea was planted in the pot. Plant in early summer or fall. Transplant a hydrangea when it has become dormant and has lost all of its leaves (late fall or winter). More Tips For Planting Hydrangeas. Place the hydrangea in an area where it can get plenty of moisture.

Sep 27, 7 Steps to Transplanting Hydrangeas. 1. Timing is everything. Transplant before the ground freezes, but after hydrangeas have finished flowering or gone dormant for the year. 2. The right location. Hydrangeas prefer semi-shade, so pick a place for. May 12, Climate plays a crucial role when transplanting hydrangeas. As recommended, it’s best to transfer locations in late fall or early winter. The rule of thumb is to transplant before the ground begins to freeze to prevent the roots from dying.

In cooler climates, it’s safe to move the plants in November. On another note, if you live in warmer. Aug 26, Transplant the hydrangea in its new spot, being careful to dig the hole as large as required by the size of the rootball. Fill in with more topsoil and amendments such as compost, if needed. Step #5: Water Deeply. Hydrangeas are happy in sun to part shade, but too much shade will keep the plant from blooming. Plant in fertile, loamy soil.

Make a hole as deep as the root ball and three times its width. Place the plant in the hole to the same depth as it was in its container. Back-fill the hole with soil amended with organic matter to promote good drainage.