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Original Post by Elliebobs1

Hydrangeas species offshoot

<p>Hi</p>
<p>I have a large hydrangea in my front garden, originally grown from a half leaf cutting. It is now about twenty years old. In my back garden I have a completely different species of hydrangea. So they are not near each other. Somehow my old hydrangea has put off a shoot of the other species from one of its branches.</p>
<p>How is this possible. No grafting has taken place.</p>

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