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How to for Tip for Roses

Post  Horizon on Sat Apr 27, 2013 11:58 am



Do you have a very Heirloom Rose bushe that you would like to Propagate. This is an ECO~Friendly and $$$ Saving Tip.... Hopefully others will SAVE by asking friends and neighbors for cuttings instead of going out and paying the ridiculous prices some of the nurseries are asking for rose bushes.

~Cut a piece of rose bush stem 6 to 8 inches long with a sharp, clean knife or pruning shears. If collecting multiple cuttings, keep them in the shade until you are ready to begin the next step.
~Cut off the spent blooms, hips and lower leaves. Do not cut the nodes, or eyes, above the leaves.
~Fill the nursery pot 1/3 full with potting soil and place on a plate or drainage pan.
~Punch a hole 3 inches deep into a healthy potato using a screwdriver.
~Insert the bottom end of the cutting into the potato hole.
~Place inside the nursery pot and cover with soil so that about 3 inches of the cutting sticks out.
~Place in indirect sunlight and keep surrounding soil moist but well drained for two months. Transplant into a permanent place outdoors in the spring.


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Re: How to for Tip for Roses

Post  Guest on Sat Apr 27, 2013 1:45 pm

Great information, horizon!! You're right about those rose bush prices. Can't wait to try this.

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Post  alleyrose on Sat Apr 27, 2013 5:23 pm

Ooooooo I love this thank you! I am defs going to try this!

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