Originally published by Kathy Hummel on 09/13/2017
ROOTING HYDRANGEA CUTTINGS IN FIVE EASY STEPS
Take a cutting from a branch of the hydrangea shrub about 5-6" long. Most experts say the cutting will work best if taken from a branch that did not flower this year.
Remove the lower leaves of the bottom two leaf nodes. The leaf node is where a leaf comes out of the branch. Most roots will form at that point.
Cut largest leaves down to about half their size
Dip cuttings in rooting...