Probably, we had some lovely warm days in April then some quite sharp night frosts when the soft growth had started. Many plants have got nipped, but they will recover - wait till new growth occurs and then trim off the dead bits. If there are further harsh frosts forecast, then maybe cover soft growth with some horticultural fleece at night.
My poor cold frame and cold greenhouse are bursting at the seams as so many things would liked to get outside, but the night temperatures are just still too low.
Looking forward to putting up pictures of nice lush hydrangea growth, dove.lol thanks.
I'm in a similar situation. I planted this Hydrangea this year. Was going well, started to form the flowers and was growing then suddenly it looks like it's dying. Will it be ok if I give it plenty of water? I did soak it before i planted it and watered it after planting, as I always do.
I think that's frost damage too - it's ok, it won't do lasting damage - just continue to look after it as normal. Hopefully the weather will warm up again soon
Thank you Dove! Appreciated
Help. I've never had a problem with a hydrangea. I planted this one a few days ago and it's dying.
Any help would be appreciated