All of the hydrangeas leafed out a little late, but some survived the rough winter better than others.
The limelight hydrangea shrugged off winter like a champ. In fact, I probably should have pruned it because it is a little out of control. Note it also likes sun better than other hydrangeas.
This mini penny hydrangea is always small, but this is about half the size it should be. I chopped off all the old wood, which looked like what you see on the one behind it (at right).
This specimen--a lace cap variety--suffered the most. If I don't see more new growth in the next week, I am afraid I will have to cut back all of the old wood and start fresh. It has never bloomed prolifically, so maybe this will help.