How to grow rose plant cuttings in water updates part 2 of 2


How to grow rose plant cuttings in water updates part 2 of 2 A rose is a woody perennial of the genus Rosa, within the family Rosaceae. There are over 100 sp…

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May 7, 2013

SolidGoldShows @ 10:33 pm #

a year…

May 16, 2013

poptropicasways @ 6:09 pm #

that was my brother

May 26, 2013

samiip123 @ 4:24 pm #

I have a rose bush that is VERY sentimental to me, I haven’t had much luck with cuttings & rooting…do you do anything special to the end for rooting? Like cut diagonal, rooting compound? and how long did you leave them in the water for? (after roots appeared)…thanks. I think I have about 1 more summer to figure this out. (the main plant is very old and small)

SolidGoldShows @ 6:38 pm #

I love to experiment of different ways to root plants. You may want to try rooting your rose bush in water and directly into soil. With water, you do not need to put anything in the water. Just make sure to change water often coz it gets cloudy and mushy. Once rooted around an inch or two. Then, you can plant it directly into the soil mix. Make sure it is free draining. 2nd, you can plant rose cuttings directly into soil with or without rooting compound. The key is to experiment 🙂

May 30, 2013

nopoorcopies @ 11:23 am #

Try air layering or if branches are close to the ground try burying a middle portion of it in the ground while still attached to the plant, after scraping off the bark (wounding) on one side of the branch. Keep the soil moist and in a couple of months they should develop roots and then you can cut them off from the parent tree and grow separately! There are videos on youtube about this technique. Very safe and effective as branches are still attached to the mother plant until rooted! Good luck!

nopoorcopies @ 1:08 pm #

Watch this video on youtube:

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