How To Grow New Hydrangeas From Cuttings

“A Step-by-Step Guide to Propagating Hydrangeas from Cuttings”
Hydrangeas, along with roses and peonies, hold a special place in my heart. These vibrant blooms not only look stunning in a bouquet but also add a touch of elegance when grown in a garden. However, these plant varieties tend to be quite expensive, which is why I was thrilled to discover a technique to grow new hydrangeas from existing ones.

If you, too, want to propagate hydrangeas, the first thing you need is either a hydrangea bush in your garden or clippings from a friend or family member’s plant. If these options aren’t available, growing hydrangeas from seeds is always an alternative, though it requires a bit of patience. Once you have found a mature plant, take a clean, sharp pair of pruners and cut a 5-inch long stem just above a node. Ensure that the stem you’re cutting is healthy and has lush green leaves. Remove all leaves except for the top ones and place the stem immediately in a cup of lukewarm water.

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