A hydrangea can be propagated from a cut flower, though some experts believe rooting works best from a branch that did not produce a bloom. To root a hydrangea cutting, dip the end in a rooting hormone, then plant in a pot with potting soil. Place the pot in sunlight and cover with plastic wrap.
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