How to Make Hydrangea Flowers Multiply for a More Colorful Garden

Propagation: Propagate hydrangeas by taking stem cuttings from healthy, established plants in early spring or late summer.

Dip the cut ends in rooting hormone and plant them in a well-draining soil mix.

Division: Divide mature hydrangea plants every few years in early spring or late fall.

Dig up the plant and carefully separate the root ball into smaller sections, each containing several shoots and roots. Replant the divisions in suitable locations.

Layering: Encourage hydrangea branches to root by bending them down to the ground and covering a section of the stem with soil.

Keep the soil moist until roots form, then separate the new plant from the parent.

Provide Proper Care: Ensure hydrangeas receive adequate sunlight, water, and nutrients to support healthy growth and blooming. Prune them as needed to remove dead or weak branches and promote bushier growth.

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