Mr. Weedy says: To acquire new growth on your hydrangeas shrubs, remove all stems that support faded flowers on your blue and pink varieties. Generally a basic rule of thumb is to shorten droopy, flowerless stems by one-third. The new growth that occurs between now and winter will produce next summer’s blooms.

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