Hydrangea's need some help!
Hi there! I bought a couple of hydrangeas about three weeks ago for the balcony. One seems to be doing fine but the other is really struggling. It's been fairly hot over here in London and one day I accidentally over watered both of them, to find that the next day they had been soaking in a pool overnight. As soon as I realised I quickly drained them. I've now removed the compacted soil from the pot to dry out a little but the petals have turned dry-ish and slightly crispy despite the soil being sufficiently damp for the past few days, and the leaves are wilting. They tend to get a couple of hours direct sunlight in the morning, but for the majority of the day they've been getting a good amount of indirect (ie. shaded but bright surrounding) sunlight. Does anyone have any tricks to get this one back into good shape? Making me v sad. I've attached some pictures, including one of the other that is doing just fine. I've treated them both the same since I bought them so really puzzled by this. Thanks so much for your help! Safiah