Also question is, are hydrangeas outdoor plants?
It should only be planted outdoors in early to mid summer as it needs time to acclimate to outdoor conditions before winter arrives. In summary, foil wrapped hydrangeas are best used as a temporary plant in ones home unless it can be planted in the garden.
- Place your potted hydrangeas in areas that receive morning sunlight and afternoon shade, for best growth.
- Add organic matter, such as peat moss, to soil to improve fertility, as potted hydrangeas perform best in potting mix high in organic content.
In this manner, do Hydrangeas like sun or shade?
Most hydrangeas thrive in rich, porous, somewhat moist soils. Add compost to enrich poor soil. They prefer full sun in the morning, with some afternoon shade; however, many will grow and bloom in partial shade.
Although you can transplant these hydrangeas outdoors after they stop blooming, it's also possible to force them into bloom a second time as a potted plant. Reblooming hydrangeas requires proper pruning and care, along with a dormant period, to produce attractive flowers.