First aid measure for hanging flowers
The hydrangea is also known as hydrangea, translated as water slipper. This name refers to the plant's great thirst. You need to water the hydrangea regularly, especially during longer dry periods. Forget about watering, the hydrangea will sadly let the leaves and flowers hang down and may even die due to the lack of water.
If the soil feels very dry and the hydrangea has hanging flowers, you should provide the plant with plenty of liquid as soon as possible. You can immerse pot hydrangeas in a bucket with water until no more air bubbles appear. You should flood outdoor hydrangeas well so that the moisture penetrates into the deeper layers of the earth.
Tips & Tricks
Since hydrangeas, like many plants, are very sensitive to waterlogging, you must not over-supply them with water. Only water when the top inches of the soil feel dry and pour away excess water in the saucer after 15 minutes.