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Maintaining these fabulous lush blooms is easy.

"Big, mop-headed hydrangea plants, like Hydrangea macrophylla, should be cut back to about three stems for form," says gardening expert Marjorie Harris. "Remember to cut on a slant with the higher end at the outside of the plant, to prevent new stems from growing inward."

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