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Most of the hydrangea plants (oakleaf, lacecaps, or mopheads) start to re-grow on old wood. A perfect time to prune the hydrangea is mid-summer. Prevent pruning in early spring or winter season as this can result in getting rid of the recently emerging buds.
Other hydrangea plants, such as the Let's Dance or Endless Summer series, can grow on old wood or new growth, which provides more flexibility in relation to pruning. Pruning can occur at any time apart from when the plant is about to flower.