How to Grow Hydrangeas from Cuttings

Every hydrangea lover knows there’s always room for more hydrangeas in your garden. And if you’re really short on space, you probably have friends who’d love replicas of your favorite hydrangea for their own garden. With proper timing and basic propagation techniques, you can grow new hydrangeas from simple stem cuttings. Just follow these steps to multiply your hydrangeas and their breathtaking blooms:

Time hydrangea cuttings for optimal results.
Gather your tools before you start.
Take your hydrangea cuttings in early morning.
Treat hydrangea cuttings with rooting hormone.
Plant your hydrangea cuttings promptly.
Care for your hydrangea cuttings — and enjoy.

Let’s not forget the most common issue people have with this plant: how can I get it to flower reliably? You’ll get the scientific insight needed to better site your plant, and how to care for it. Then you can just sit back and watch it flower for you. Success With Hydrangeas: A Gardener’s Guide

 

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2 Responses to “How to Grow Hydrangeas from Cuttings”

  1. Paul Koluvek says:

    I would love to learn to grow my hydrangeas. t hank you

  2. Renee says:

    Is it best to do this in Spring? Summer?
    Can they be kept alive in the house over the Winter?

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