Growing rose trimmings with potatoes  Things You Will Need      Running clippers     Flower pot     Potting mix     Screwdriver     Rooting compound powder     Spoon     Plastic soda bottle

a pinner said.Growing rose cuttings with potatoes. The other day, I read you can propagate roses by sticking rose cuttings in potatoes, and then sticking them in the ground. I decided to try it out using my rose bush, which is blooming like crazy

Rooting rose cuttings...      This might involve some late night pruning of my neighbors' gardens :)

Another pinner wrote: Rooting rose cuttings. This might involve some late night pruning of my neighbors' gardens :)

Growing Roses from ANY cut rose!  take a cut rose (at least 6in long) and put in the ground or in a pot about 2in down. put a mason jar over the top place in full sun for 2 months or until it starts to sprout. will have a new rose bush! (Just tried this after husband's grandmothers funeral. but was told this works well and that this way we can preserve a part of her from the funeral.)

Growing Roses from ANY cut rose! take a cut rose (at least long) and put in the ground or in a pot about down. put a mason jar over the top place in full sun for 2 months or until it starts to sprout. will have a new rose bush!

Starting a Rose Bush and other plants from a Cutting (Slip) | Fred Gonsowski Garden Home

Starting a Rose Bush and other plants from a Cutting (Slip) – Fred Gonsowski Garden Home

Start roses from cuttings!

The SECRET to propagating roses is said to be the "potato"! TIP: Before planting rose cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but apparently it works really well.

Beautiful story found online - "When my sister was married last year, I took the roses from her bouquet and rooted them by cutting off the heads, making a clean cut on the bottoms, dipping the fresh-cut bottoms in rooting hormone, and putting them in a pot that was half Perlite and half soil. This year, on her first anniversary, my sister received a gift that could never be replace: 12 rose bushes from her wedding bouquet."

Take 12 roses and root them by cutting off the heads, making a clean cut on the bottoms, dipping the fresh-cut bottoms in rooting hormone, and putting them in a pot that was half Perlite and half soil. One year later you will have 12 rose bushes.


More ideas
Pinterest
Search