If you want to grow your own hydrangea plants, you can produce new specimens by growing hydrangeas from cuttings.Hydrangeas are flowering deciduous plants that can range in size from small bushes to larger tree-like varieties. They will add a fabulous splash of color to your garden.
Let’s take a closer look on how to Propagate Hydrangeas from Cutting at home, with some useful tips and warnings during propagation.
- Most gardeners have more success rooting hydrangea cuttings in soil than in water.
- You can store hydrangea cuttings in the refrigerator overnight if you are not able to pot them right away.
- Hydrangea propagation is most successful in early summer as this gives your new plants time to mature before fall sets in.