rose rooting help
i have been trying for almost 3 years to properly root a rose and i have yet to do it.(that may not seem long but im 20 so to me thats a very long time.haha) when i say properly i mean keep it alive after the roots have grown. last year i tried multiple methods of rooting roses and i had quite a few grow roots but after i would put them into a pot they die. i tried the leaving them in water method and roots grew but once i planted them they died. i also tried the baggie method and still same outcome. this year i am trying something new that i learned recently and its called the wrapping method. you just wrap the cuttings in moist newspaper and put them into a sealed bag and put them into a cool dark place. when i checked on them 2 days ago, one has started growing small roots and the others have callused. i want to know what can i do to help out the cuttings so they wont die.
and also if someone is nice enough or is willing to send their cuttings (rooted or not) to a struggling rookie then id be more than happy to accept them.