Propagating Harrisons Yellow

susaninthegardenApril 22, 2013

I have been trying to get a start off this rose for quite awhile. My daughter dug up a bunch of suckers and got a couple to grow but I have had no luck. Any suggestions?

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roseseek

Suckers are definitely the easier, most sure-fire method of propagating Harison's Yellow. Cuttings are rather difficult in my experience. Getting a decent sucker with as many roots and (hopefully) a bit of soil ball then potting it so it doesn't dry out has usually worked easily. Perhaps your daughter can start you one? Kim

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