Heritage Museums & Gardens to Host Several Hydrangea Workshops

SANDWICH – Hydrangeas are the signature flower on Cape Cod and inspire both professional and amateur gardeners, but they also require proper care to ensure colorful blooms.

Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich, the largest public garden in Southern New England, is offering a Hydrangea Success Series that will deepen the knowledge of gardeners and increase growing success.

Seven workshops will be offered throughout the 2019 season, including pruning, planting and replanting, irrigation, propagation, companion planting, growing in containers and winterizing.

All workshops are led by Heritage’s Hydrangea Curator Mal Condon, who has been collecting, propagating and growing hydrangeas for more than four decades.

The first workshop on hydrangea pruning will be held on April 13 and 14 and provides information on how to selectively prune plants to improve vigor, increase bloom density, control height and enhance ornamental value.

The remaining workshops run through early November. For more information and to register visit heritagemuseums.org.

Discounted rates are available when participants register for three or more workshops.

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