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If it is a mophead hydrangea you should do nothing now and after last frosts cut off a third of the stems at the base and remove the faded flower heads from the rest. If you cut off the flowers now, they are more likely to produce new growth which will be killed by winter frost. The old flowerheads protect the buds for next summers flowers.