whats the best way to do that? its a climber. not a heirloom. not a tea. tia Medo
i haven't been able to root any roses yet, but here are a couple sites for reference.
rooting roses using softwood
thank you so much!! :'))
If it's a climber, just leave the branch attached to the mother plant and SOIL-LAYER it. Do a google.com search for instructions on soil-layering.
When it's rooted (by the end of the summer), sever it from the mother plant and pot it up. Keep it sheltered from cold for the first winter.
Jump over to the Rose propagation forum for some info on this subject, too. I've been lurking and finding out a lot of good info.
Here is a link that might be useful: Rose propagation forum