Most deciduous shrubs including: Abelia, Deutzia, Buddleja (butterfly bush), Cornus (dogwood), Forsythia, Philadelphus (mock orange) Ribes (flowering currant), Rosa (rose), and Symphoricarpos and viburnums.
Many climbers can be propagated by hardwood cuttings: Vitis (vines), Lonicera (honeysuckle), Jasminum, and Parthenocissus.
Fruit, including: gooseberries, black, red and white currants, fig, mulberry.
Trees, including: Platanus (plane), Populus (poplars) and Salix (willow)
Although usually restricted to deciduous plants, some evergreen cuttings can be taken at the same time as hardwood cuttings including Cotoneaster, Ilex (holly), Ligustrum (privet) and Skimmia. The best technique for taking evergreen cuttings at this time of year is that used for semi-ripe cuttings.