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i'm wanting to propagate some roses

Posted by medontdo 5b Ks (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 23, 08 at 21:38

whats the best way to do that? its a climber. not a heirloom. not a tea. tia Medo


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RE: i'm wanting to propagate some roses

i haven't been able to root any roses yet, but here are a couple sites for reference.
rooting roses using softwood
rose propagation


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RE: i'm wanting to propagate some roses

thank you so much!! :'))


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RE: i'm wanting to propagate some roses

If it's a climber, just leave the branch attached to the mother plant and SOIL-LAYER it. Do a google.com search for instructions on soil-layering.

When it's rooted (by the end of the summer), sever it from the mother plant and pot it up. Keep it sheltered from cold for the first winter.


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RE: i'm wanting to propagate some roses

Jump over to the Rose propagation forum for some info on this subject, too. I've been lurking and finding out a lot of good info.
Linda

Here is a link that might be useful: Rose propagation forum


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