Yeah, I know it's' not a grass question but SOMEONE must be able to help me out. I have this 25 year old blue Hydragenea and it's beautiful. The one thing I didn't like about it is that it put out these huge blooms like, only 10 and left tons of foliage left over. Like you saw more green then you did blue. Read up and decided last year to prune and I pruned at the right time. I felt the huge blooms where blocking out light to develop more grow spots. I pruned mid-June cause the beginning of August is when they start making bud spots. I also cut 1/3 of the plant down too which worked great for my purple Hydrangea. So this year the smaller purple hyrdrangea has almost doubled in size, problably cause I cut a bunch of low lying branches but my blue Hydrangea, which is twice the size of the purple, is not blooming at all. It has one bloom on it. I don't need an answer to this, obviously I pruned too much plant down but my question is if I don't touch it for a year, will it return to it's glory days? Is there anything I can do to help this along? (besides not touching it).