Guide: Hydrangea Nikko Blue Cuttings

Nikko Blue

If you’re looking for an easy way to add a beautiful pop of color to your garden, look no further than the Hydrangea Nikko Blue. This shrub is known for its gorgeous blue blooms each summer and is a great addition to any outdoor space. But did you know that you can propagate this beautiful shrub with just a few simple steps? If you’ve been wanting to add a few more Hydrangea Nikko Blue cuttings to your garden, follow this step-by-step guide to get started.

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Cutting Care Guide:

The following tips will help you ensure your Hydrangea Nikko Blue cuttings grow successfully:

  1. Choose healthy stems: Take cuttings in the early morning or late afternoon when the plant is not under stress. Choose a stem that is at least 4-6 inches long and has at least two sets of leaves.
  2. Remove the lower leaves: Remove the lower leaves from the stem, leaving only two sets of leaves at the top.
  3. Dip the cutting in rooting hormone: Dip the bottom of the cutting in rooting hormone to help stimulate root growth.
  4. Plant the cutting: Plant the cutting in a container filled with a well-draining potting mix. Make a hole in the soil with a pencil and gently insert the cutting. Water the soil well.
  5. Cover the container: Cover the container with a plastic bag or a plastic dome to create a mini greenhouse. This will help keep the soil moist and create a humid environment that promotes rooting.
  6. Keep the cutting in a bright but shaded location: Place the container in a bright location, but avoid direct sunlight, which can be too intense for the cutting.
  7. Water regularly: Keep the soil moist, but not too wet. Water the cutting when the top inch of soil feels dry.
  8. Wait for roots to form: After a few weeks, gently tug on the cutting to see if it has rooted. Once roots have formed, you can transplant the cutting into a larger container or into the ground.

If you are still having trouble with your cuttings, please feel free to contacts us at [email protected] or the shop that you have purchased at. We’ll be happy to help!

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