If you want to grow magnificent hydrangeas for your garden, you can easily multiply existing shoots in the pot. With a clean cut, the hydrangea shoots are separated with pairs of leaves and can then form new leaves as cuttings in the flower pot. In summer, the increased number of hydrangeas ensure that your garden will bloom again.
Once the cuttings form new leaves, they will be safely attached. Now they can be planted in a tub or in a bed.
Put the shoots in small pots with seed compost and place them in the shade and warm. A foil hood is not required.
Cut off the shoot tips with two pairs of leaves and shorten the leaves so that they cannot evaporate as much water.
They can gradually grow in seed compost before you give your bed or tub a fresh shine of color. Hydrangeas bloom in blue, pink, red, white or purple, depending on the variety and pH value of the soil, and ensure a colorful variety in the home.
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Pulling hydrangea cuttings: If you want to grow magnificent hydrangeas for your garden, you can easily multiply existing shoots in the pot