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Trading hydrangea cuttings

Posted by kms4me z4 MN (My Page) on
Tue, May 7, 13 at 2:35

I have a lot of hydrangeas and would love to add more to my collection. Looking to trade softwood cuttings, probably in late June (the season is late here). LMK if you are interested and I can send a list of what I should have.

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RE: Trading hydrangea cuttings

Hi, are you talking about rooted cuttings or snipped from branches on a plant? Tell me how to ship cuttings to you, and do you have a list of plants that I might choose from in exchange? I'd like to learn more - so please write me. Hyddrangeas are my favorite flower, and I have Mop Heads and Lacy andLady In Red I can send if I have the information.

RE: Trading hydrangea cuttings

I'll second the interest and in general donna1952's comments- hydrangeas are my favorite flower (tying with full petaled roses though) and I've accumulated a collection but I would like to admit #1 I'm naive to if the same no no rules of rose proprigating apply to hydrangeas and #2 does it matter the age of the plant when proprigating? Also, I'll 2nd donna's question on rooted cuttings or branch sniplets (is that a word :-) ) and how to ship/pack. I currently baby my collection that consists of: PANS: vanilla strawberry, quick fire, angel's blush, bombshell, limelight, white diamonds, peegee MACS: next gen. wedding ring, nikko blue, mariesii variegata, double delights stargazer, tricolor ARBOR: Incrediball, invincibelle spirit, ANOMALA: petiolaris :-) amy in Utah

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