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Variegated 'Sadie Ray'

Hi guys,

   I was checking out some of my 'questionable' hydrangea that I'm 
   trying to nurse back into health when I noticed one of the 'Sadie
   Ray' plantshad a thick, variegated sport coming off of a stem.   

   Normally non-variegated, 'Sadie Ray' is known for its ability to 
   flower on new wood (much like 'Bailmer', oops I mean Endless Summer TM)

   My question is this:  How do I keep that shoot alive?  :)

   Obviously I'd like to take cuttings of it at some point, but it's 
   still pretty tiny.  

   What are your recommendations?


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