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    Snowball bushes (Viburnum spp.) root with minimal effort, producing a showy shrub with the same snowy-white flowers as the original.

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      Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) make lovely cut flowers, but can be temperamental. They often droop after you place them in a vase, whether you cut them yourself or get them from a florist, particularly ...

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      How to Root a Snowball Bush. My grandmother propagated it 60 years ago, and it would be amazing to take a piece of her tree!

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