Taking cuttings from hebe 'Nicolas Blush'

How to take hebe cuttings

Propagate new hebe plants from summer cuttings. We show you how.

A table displaying which months are best to sow, plant and harvest.
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Do not To do in January

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Hebes root easily from softwood cuttings, particularly in the summer.

Taking softwood cuttings from your hebes, and indeed any plant, is a useful way of getting new plants for free. You can also take softwood cuttings from plants like penstemons, chrysanthemums, asters and delphiniums.

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