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The Simple Guide to Pruning Hydrangea| Gardening, Gardening Hacks, How to Prune Hydrangea, Pruning Hydrangea, Gardening Tips and Tricks, Pruning Hydrangea, Growing Hydrangea, How to Grow Hydrangea

The Simple Guide to Pruning Hydrangea

The Simple Guide to Pruning Hydrangea| Gardening, Gardening Hacks, How to Prune Hydrangea, Pruning Hydrangea, Gardening Tips and Tricks, Pruning Hydrangea, Growing Hydrangea, How to Grow Hydrangea

30 shrubs you can grow from cuttings:  Forsythias (Forsythia spp.)  Honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.)  Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.)  Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs.)  Kerria (Kerria japonica)  Large fothergilla (Fothergilla major)  Lilac (Syringa vulgaris)  Magnolias (Magnolia spp.)  ...and more

30 shrubs you can grow from cuttings: Forsythias (Forsythia spp.) Honeysuckles (Lonicera spp.) Hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs.) Kerria (Kerria japonica) Large fothergilla (Fothergilla major) Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) Magnolias (Magnolia spp.) ...and more

Growing hydrangeas from cuttings-- Would be wonderful to do with some beautiful hydrangeas at the MIL house :)

How to Grow Hydrangeas From Cuttings

Growing hydrangeas from cuttings-- Would be wonderful to do with some beautiful hydrangeas at the MIL house :)

Rid your garden of bugs and aphids by spraying your plants with a solution of vinegar and water. 1 cup vinegar to a gallon of water. Vinegar is a natural pesticide so you can get rid of many critters by using a solution mixed with water. - Darling Stuff

Rid your garden of bugs and aphids by spraying your plants with a solution of vinegar and water. 1 cup vinegar to a gallon of water. Vinegar is a natural pesticide so you can get rid of many critters by using a solution mixed with water. - Darling Stuff

How to move hostas... this gardener recommends tying & taping the plant with rope & masking tape.  Then after plant is dug up, drop it back into the hole 2 times to remove big clumps of dirt; then watering it in it's new hole and THEN backfilling with dirt & watering AGAIN.  I will have to try this.

How to move hostas... this gardener recommends tying & taping the plant with rope & masking tape. Then after plant is dug up, drop it back into the hole 2 times to remove big clumps of dirt; then watering it in it's new hole and THEN backfilling with dirt & watering AGAIN. I will have to try this.

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