Roses that root easily from cutting
I've had wildly varying success in rooting roses from cuttings.
Because of many failures, I've lost interest in attempting to root difficult roses.
The ones that I've found really easy to root are Mrs Dudley Cross, Pink Gruss an Aachen, Nur Mahal, Paul Neyron, Renae, & Thomas Affleck.
That's not a long list, considering my many attempts.
And of those, only two ... Mrs Dudley Cross & Nur Mahal ... have I been able to root simply by sticking a cutting into shady garden soil, watering often, and forgetting.
There have been many discussions about roses that have the best flower form, the longest lasting in a vase, the best scent, the biggest growing, the most thornless, etc. but what about the easiest to root? That's a great trait for a rose to have.
Which one rose (THAT YOU REALLY LIKE) is the easiest to root for you?
For me, it's:
A tie between Mrs Dudley Cross & Nur Mahal
(I know, I kind of broke my own rules by having a tie)