Issue with Hydrangeas
Attached are pics of Hydrangeas. My daughter just purchased a new home and it appears there may be something going on with the Hydrangea. I thought it might be from the cold snap we recently had but she said it was there before the cold snap.
Baltimore County Maryland
This looks like cold damage. Many plants were lured out of dormancy and then were hit with frosts and cold temperatures recently. These damaged portions will eventually drop out. If otherwise healthy, it will push out new growth this spring/summer. You can monitor the growth of the plant this season and send us more photos if you notice additional symptoms.
Thanks for your responses to several of my issues...hopefully the suggestions you provided work!
You are welcome.