procedures for making oak leaf hydrangea cuttings. My rooting success was about 50%! Just so you know that's a high for me. Some cuttings rotted away and were removed and one didn't root at all but in the end I have 5 rooted cuttings of oak leaf hydrangea. You can find the secret trick to rooting oak leaf hydrangeas in this post.
The next challenge will be getting my new plants through the winter. Sometimes cuttings don't have enough roots to successfully make it through the cold months. For now I have them in a sheltered spot next to the house in a shady location. Fortunately my oak leaf hydrangeas have about 6 weeks before the first frost comes and I can protect them from that with the garden shed. They should have a little time to grow some roots!
Have you planted an oak leaf hydrangea yet?