[MUSIC] And now, the Grumpy Gardener [NOISE]. Here in the South, hydrangeas are one of our most popular flowering shrubs. And I love planting hydrangeas. I just don't like paying for 'em cuz I'm cheap. [NOISE] So what if I told you there was this magical way you could take one hydrangea you already have in your yard. And you could get five hydrangeas for free from this one plant. First thing you want to do, fill a pot like this full of potting soil. Put it underneath a low, long branch on the shrub that you can bend down easily. Then you find yourself a node on the stem. A node is simply the point at which leaves are attached to the stem. Rip off the leaves at that point, press that node to the potting soil. Cover up the stem and to make sure it doesn't come out, you place a rock on top. Then you just leave it there and you keep it watered for maybe about two months. Roots are going to form from the buried point all the way into the soil. Now, after two months, you come out and check. Lift up the stem, see if there's any roots in there. If there is, you've got yourself a new plant. You can take your pruning shears. And you can clip it and separate it from the mother plant. And because you've rooted it into a pot, now you can take it anywhere in your garden. Now if you think this is something you just can't handle. Let me tell you about a friend of mine. She started with two hydrangeas, and within about four or five years she had 400 hydrangeas in her back yard. Wouldn't you like to have 400 hydrangeas in your back yard? Of course you would.