Are you one of the many that would love to know how to grow hydrangeas from cuttings?
This popular process is known as rooting or propagating cuttings and it is very easy to do. Hydrangeas are a beautiful flowering plant that is deciduous and they have a wonderful old fashioned appeal.
Without doubt they are one of our favorite flowers and they are so incredibly pretty. Nothing beats a fresh bowl of Hydrangeas on your table or potted in your garden.
They range in size from small bushes to larger tree-like varieties and their colors are nothing short of breathtaking. Well, today we are showing you just how easy it is to grow hydrangeas from cuttings and make as many plants as you like.
Grow Hydrangeas From Cuttings Video
Donna Emery is a certified Horticulturist from Glover Nursery. To say she knows her stuff is an understatement. She is from the EHow Video Channel.
She shows us how to cut the nodes correctly and she uses a rooting hormone and she also uses a dusting sulfur to protect against fungal diseases. Click Play above to watch now ^
Even if your leaves fall off, don’t give up. The buds will sprout provided the stem is still intact. You also should keep an eye out for Slugs as they can wreak havoc on small plants.
If you burn your leaves, just cut them back, a little beyond the discolored area. If your stems look as though they are beginning to rot, dry them up by watering less. Be sure to check out our other popular post, how to change the colour of hydrangeas.