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Propagating Climbing Hydrangea Cuttings

Propagating Climbing Hydrangea Cuttings

Hydrangeas are a shrub that is resistant to most pests, they can thrive in shade or sun, and they have the strength to bounce back from even the coldest of winters. online retailers will sell container plants, even the smallest of which can be quite expensive. If you don’t want to spend hundreds in order to get hydrangeas throughout your home and yard, you can propagate your climbing Hydrangea cuttings. Can you propagate climbing hydrangeas? Yes! Absolutely. In fact, fresh…

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Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) Growing Advice and Tips

Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris) Growing Advice and Tips

Climbing Hydrangea quick facts Common Name: Climbing Hydrangea Genus: Hydrangea Species: Anomala Variety: Petiolaris Will grow well in shaded, semi-shade and even sun The flower on old wood so pruning to hard or late Spring will reduce flowering Will grow in fertile moist but well-drained soil They reach 1500cm (50ft) tall They are early flowering from June to August Ideal for cover walls and fences Produce Lacey white flowers They don’t need pruning except to control the size if needed…

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