Can I Save Hydrangeas That Froze?

Hydrangeas grow well throughout United States Department of Agriculture planting zones 6 though 10. In their warmest range, plants are evergreen. In cooler areas experiencing freezes, hydrangeas produces foliage only as flower buds die off during the freeze. Species native to your particular area will survive freezes better than non-native varieties.

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