My hydrangeas are nearly bursting out of their pots. I didn't think that growing them in pots would be so easy but they have bloomed reliably for me every year. But because they have gotten so large, I'm wondering if next year will be the year for me to unpot them and divide them. I'll have to figure that out when the time comes. For now, I am enjoying the abundant flowers.
Hydrangea bud in mid-April
Hydrangea bloom closeup
As I've said in the past, I do absolutely nothing to them. No pruning, no fussing. This particular hydrangea is called "Endless Summer"--you can find it just about anywhere including the gardening section of your local big box store. I have it in a pot that's about 18 inches high and approximately the same diameter. It has overwintered just fine. I just add a little organic fertilizer and some Vermont Compost container booster mix early in the spring and what you see in the picture at the top of this post is what I get. Heavenly.