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Tutorial: Propagating Hydrangea paniculata

Hydrangeas are one of the easiest things to propagate. They're so ready to grow that it is pretty hard to mess it up (though it certainly does/can happen!) First things first: There are several types of hydrangea. I have Hydrangea paniculata which doesn't mind (in fact, it thrives) in the full sun of my backyard. The other hydrangeas are part-shade lovers, and though they're gorgeous, I just don't have anywhere to grow them. Also, Hydrangea paniculata flowers on NEW wood, wood that grew this year. The other hydrangeas flower on OLD wood. Since it flowers on new wood, I can take cuttings in the spring and not lose my flowers for the year. In fact, pruning now will give me a much healthier pla

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