How to Grow Hydrangea from Cuttings
Hydrangeas are flowering deciduous plants that can range in size from small bushes to larger tree-like varieties. If you want to grow your own hydrangea plants, you can produce new specimens by growing hydrangeas from cuttings.
If you can’t find any Hydrangea bushes, buy amazing heirloom seeds and grow your first bush or two, then use them to start your cuttings in a few years. I reccomend these seeds as I started with these too.
This is a pretty cool and very frugal way of getting your hands on some beautiful Hydrangeas. I never knew you could take cuttings from this beautiful bush and them grow into full fledged, beautiful bushes like their clones.
You can get hydrangeas in all colors and varieties so if you see any you like, give the owner a call or knock on the door and ask if you can take a cutting. (if you don’t ask, you don’t get)
I have acquired so many colors my garden looks amazing, hydrangeas also smell amazing too, especially after a rainstorm, there is no better smell on God’s earth. Oh, the bees love them too. I have ever seen so many bees and butterflies in my garden.
See other ways to propagate hydrangeas here…
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The branches of these beauties are red, which make for a pretty winter interest as well! These Hydrangeas are planted in full sunshine and poor clay soil and thrive anyway! #fishtailcottage #vanillastrawberryhydrangea #vanillastrawberry #vanillastrawberryhydrangeas #hydrangeas #hydrangea #flower #bloom #august #pnw #seattle #garden #pink #white #cottage #cottagestyle #cottagegarden #cottageflowers #englishgarden
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