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rooting rose trimmings from a vase

Last post 01-03-2007 7:47 PM by Anonymous. 1 replies.
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  • 01-03-2007 7:47 PM

    rooting rose trimmings from a vase

    i have roses that came from a local florist in a vase after a few days the buds died off and the stems continued to grow what can i do to help this process and eventually plant them outdoors.
  • 01-03-2007 7:47 PM In reply to

    Re: rooting rose trimmings from a vase

    Plant the stem (or cutting) in a little pot filled with good quality potting soil, adding a bit of sand in the bottom of the hole for drainage. Make sure that at least 2/3 of the cutting is under the soil. Mist the cutting and the soil and place a plastic bag over the pot and secure. Keep your cutting outside, in a brightly lit but sheltered spot. Make sure that you protect your young plant from the direct heat of the sun. Check the pot periodically to make sure that your cutting is moist but not wet. Usually within a month your cutting will have taken root.

    Check out the article Propagatiing Roses

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