transplanting hydrangea - i have questions.

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You're looking at a lot of hard work to move the whole thing. You can dig up the entire root ball, but I wouldn't recommend it. Dig up a quarter of it and divide it into a few separate plants. Or, just take a bunch of cuttings and plant those. Hydrangeas are fast growers, so with a bunch of cuttings they should fill in rather quickly.

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