Full to part sun is best in cooler climates (USDA zones 4-6); part sun is recommended in warmer areas, with shade especially during the hottest part of the day.
Moist but well-drained soil is best. Flower color is impacted by the soil pH, with pink colors in neutral to alkaline soil and blue/lavender in acidic conditions.
Average water needs. Avoid soggy or wet sites.
Nothing special required. If desired, you may apply a granular fertilizer formulated for flowering woody plants in late winter/early spring.
Pruning is not generally recommended. Although its flower buds are formed on both old wood and new wood, any cuts will impact its flowering potential. Deadheading can be done after bloom, just follow the stem down to the first set of leaves and cut ¼ of an inch above them.
No other reblooming hydrangea blooms more reliably and consistently than Let’s Dance Can Do hydrangea. It’s the reblooming hydrangea that actually reblooms!