rose cuttings in winter

msrosa(7 BHM AL)January 20, 2010

I can't throw anything away... so I have half a rose bush from the cuttings in water... kinda pretty in a thorny way. Leaves and nubs for stems are growing no roots yet. I'm excited to read what's here and after I get back from the Dr excited to read some more.

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You can grow roses from cuttings in the winter. They are called "dormant" cuttings. Do a search on propagating "dormant" cuttings. Al

    Bookmark   January 27, 2010 at 9:36AM
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