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wild prairie rose clippings

Posted by ddonaker 49548 (My Page) on
Sun, May 27, 07 at 22:39

I am wondering if anyone knows which is better for starting a wild prairie rose clipping, soil or water ?


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RE: wild prairie rose clippings

I'd try soil. Most wild rose species spread vegetatively, so they form a clump of many canes. If the cutting doesn't take you might be able to take one of the small canes from the side of the plant along with a few roots and start a plant that way.

RE: wild prairie rose clippings

What time of year is the best time to take cuttings to root?

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