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Wisteria Hydrangea

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Question: 755-2112
Can I make cuttings from my wisteria and hydrangea? Evelyn, Norwich, CT

Mort's Answer:
Both are easy. Take eight inch terminal shoots. Leave two leaves at the top and strip the rest. Place the cuttings in a six inch deep box of coarse sand. Insert only the bottom two inches. Place the box in a location that is near the spigot and preferably in the shade. Cuttings should be two inches apart. They will root in about a month. They would be best transplanted in the early fall.

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