First Cuttings in ground. Have Questions.
We were unable to bring a few of my roses to our new home, so I took cuttings. We planted them straight up and down in dirt and marked them with a stick.
Today we had to move 3 of them to plant a citrus tree. I was amazed to see shoots on one with no roots, and roots on the other two.
They were easy to move, very green, and they have been watered in their new spots.
Once shoots appear, should we move them to a permanent location? Will they be the same rose as the plant from which they were taken?
Sorry for my ignorance. New at this!