Even the most experienced gardeners can be overwhelmed by the prospect of pruning hydrangeas. Join Heritage Hydrangea Curator and expert Mal Condon to learn how to selectively prune your plants to improve vigor, increase bloom density, control height, and enhance ornamental value. Tools, techniques, and timing are discussed, and a hands-on demonstration will take place in The North American Hydrangea Test Garden.
Advance registration is recommended as space is limited and these programs often sell out!
Heritage Museums & Gardens Hydrangea Program Series: Register for all three workshops in the series (Hydrangea Pruning April 22 or 23, Success with Hydrangeas May 18 at 11:30 am or 1:30 pm, and Winterizing Hydrangeas November 4 at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm) to receive a discounted rate of $25 for Members, $55 for Non-Members for all three workshops.
About Mal Condon, HMG’s Curator of Hydrangeas:
A lifelong gardener, Mal has been collecting, propagating, and growing hydrangeas for more than 40 years. He and his wife Mary Kay owned and operated Hydrangea Farm Nursery on Nantucket Island, but early in 2014 they relocated to Yarmouth Port on Cape Cod and are busy re-establishing the nursery in their new location. Mal is President of the Cape Cod Hydrangea Society.