How to grow hydrangeas from cuttings

It was a gorgeous day today.
farm-style-flowers-table-setting

The sun was flooding into our kitchen nook.
flowers-farm-style-table-setting

Don’t you just love days with no schedules?
garden-flowers-farmhouse

It seems like they’re trickier to find as the kids get older. garden-flowers-rustic-table

But I’ve been more intentional about trying to find that quiet space….

garden-flowers-rustic-table

….more time to enjoy life’s treasures and simple beauties.

So I went into the garden to appreciate the hydrangeas I planted from cuttings I planted last fall.

Yes. It works!

I took cuttings left over from arrangements I made for a party. I cut the stems at an angle, put a bit of rooting powder on, and simply stuck them into the ground. Of the 6 stems I planted, 4 took.

And this season, they’re the heartiest of plants in our garden. Amazing!

roses-hydrangeas-blue-vase-farmstyle

But not as amazing as finding this nugget snuggled into the nook reading his bible stories. ♥️

boy-reading-book-nook

sharing is caring

Like what you see? Tell a friend!