Plan to cut hydrangea blooms in the morning while the weather is cool. Take a pitcher of water to the garden and drop bloom stems into water immediately after cutting them (important).
As you arrangement the blooms, recut the stems and dip the bottom 1/2 inch. Oct 31, Everywhere you turn on Nantucket, you will see a gorgeuous array of hydrangea bushes. There are a couple spots on the island though that always the darlings of visitors every year! In the Cliff neigborhood you will see many beautiful white shell driveways-one in particular in the painting to the left is the famous Nantucket hydrangea driveway Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins.
Climbing Hydrangea requires little to no pruning, but if you need to trim it to keep it in bounds, you should prune it just after flowering. Cut back last year's flower shoots to 1 to 2 inches and pruning out shoots that fail to cling or have pulled away from their support.
Aug 03, Newer growth should be cut back in the early spring. If you want to decide to cut back any of this growth, you should do as the plant begins to flower.
This will increase the volume and look of flowers that bloom from the older growth. Hydrangeas will grow well without pruning. If you don’t prune hydrangeas, they will flower just shrubremoval.buzzted Reading Time: 7 mins. Nov 12, 2. Since Annabelle (one of the Hydrangea arborescens varieties) and LimeLight or other panicle types (Hydrangea paniculata varieties) produce their flowers on new growth you can prune them either in the late fall or early spring.
Some people like to prune theirs now so that they remove the old, brown flowers at the same time.