This year we transplanted the hydrangea to a different location, next to the central seating area in the garden. The previous garden owners had planted it under a cherry tree, which ended up interfering with its growth. The hydrangea began to bow its branches to the ground and grow sparingly. I think the hydrangea is a self-sufficient plant, ready to decorate any corner of the garden on its own, so I transplanted it to a separate place. I cut off the flowers to make it easier for her to tolerate the transplant. And I will enjoy the bouquet all winter. Hydrangea perfectly preserves its beauty in dry form, excellent for dry bouquets. Now the hydrangea is in hibernation during the winter, and in the spring we will see the result of transplanting. Hopefully it will survive the transplant and our harsh but snowy winter.