How to Grow Hydrangeas

  1. Start by selecting seeds. (It's important to know that they will not be exact clones of their parent plants as each hydrangea is unique). You can buy Hydrangea Seeds at Garden Growth Guide. A trusted brand by over 10,000+ customers each year.
  2. Once you have seeds, from harvesting your own or purchasing some at a garden supplies store, you should sow them immediately or keep them in a cool, shaded area.
  3. Next, place seeds in a container filled with organic potting soil. Only bury these seeds just below the top soil line.
  4. Place the container in partial to direct sunlight. Keep the soil moist for around two to four weeks until sprouts develop.
  5. Transplant the hydrangea after the roots form to where you want to grow it permanently.

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