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Propagating Hydrangeas

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Uploaded on Aug 15, 2011

Gardenville are showing you how to take cuttings of hydrangeas. Take 4-6in (10-15cm) long cutting from a non flowering shoot in August or September. the base of the cutting is dipped in rooting powder and then inserted into pots of a mix of peat and sharp horticultural sand. the pots are then placed in a cold frame. These should root before the winter and be potted up into small pots to over winter in the cold frame. If you have a propagator with bottom heat this can be used instead of a cold frame.

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