Divide my hydrangea, help

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  1. margie12u

    margie12u In Flower

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    hello everyone , i am wanting to divide my hydranga and not sure how any help would be appreciated. .... thank you mrgie
     
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  3. Palustris

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    Hydrangeas are normally propagated from cuttings. They do not really divide.
     
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    do you just cut off a limb of the bush ? put in water or in the ground..... thank you margie
     
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    its not blooming this year i have fed it and done things i think i should, i just dont know. ..thank you margie

    oh yeah its a endless summer hydranga, sorry
     
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    Palustris Young Pine

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    We cannot grow Hydrangeas macrophylla here so I have never actually taken cuttings of it so cannot really help, sorry.
     
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    thank you anyway, ive had this one for years its really never done good so i thought it was just getting to big, its beautiful and green but not blooming. thank you ......margie
     
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    Failure to bloom can be caused by frost damage, too much fertilizer or improper pruning. You might want to stop feeding it to see if that is the problem, if you had a lot of ice and snow last winter it will need to come back from root damage and if you have pruned it you might have taken off the wrong stems or pruned at the wrong time of the year...some bloom only on old growth and some on new growth.
     

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