I've written about propagating some flowers by cuttings before. Today, I tried propagating hydrangea and dianthus.
We bought two pots of hydrangeas a few years ago and planted them in our garden, but they haven't yet bloomed. It was a series of bad luck for them: they didn’t get enough sunshine and the young shoots were eaten by dears before starting flowering.
However, one of the two hydrangeas is doing very well this year, probably because the branches of the tree that were blocking the sun have been removed and it is standing with a lot more sunshine now.
Anyway, we love hydrangeas, so I am going to try to propagate them by cuttings.
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