pruning and transplanting
i have endless summer hydrangeas. they are 8 or 9 years old. they grow a rather heavy, i don't know whether to call it a root or a shoot but it is a growth that is growing on top of the ground. these things have a few hair type roots on the bottom and stems on top that bloom. my question is can i cut these off and transplant them to obtain additional plants?
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It can be quite common to find on older Hydrangea fibrous roots on the edges of the plants.
You can try division of the roots, though it may not be a successful as propagating from cuttings.
Here are some links with more information.