I love my flower garden, and just bring back fresh Hydrangea from my friends. They are blooming fabulously in our backyard even when all other flowers are going down in this early Autumn. We have so many garden projects and gardening tips. And with this tip, expanding the hydrangea by cutting the stems and propagate new plants is my next project to grow along our walkway. When done properly, cuttings from another plant can grow an entirely new hydrangea. Plant hydrangeas from a cut flower with help from a certified horticulturist in this free video clip. They will add a fabulous splash of color to our garden for sure.
- Most gardeners have more success rooting hydrangea cuttings in soil than in water.
- You can store hydrangea cuttings in the refrigerator overnight if you are not able to pot them right away.
- Hydrangea propagation is most successful in early summer as this gives your new plants time to mature before fall sets in.
Gardenville shares the video on tips to cut the stem and start the planting in your garden.
Let’s take a closer look on how to grow Hydrangeas from Cutting at home, with some useful tips and warnings during propagation.
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