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rose cuttings in greenhouse

Posted by belleville_rose_gr (wtk44@sbcglobal.net) on
Tue, Jan 23, 07 at 18:04

has anyone ever started roses cuttings in a greenhouse? I was given one for a xmas gift and one use was to start cuttings. I would like to know if i need to change methods from the soda bottle. open to all opinions


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RE: rose cuttings in greenhouse

  • Posted by melva 7b/8aTX (My Page) on
    Wed, Jan 24, 07 at 4:22

What is the size of the grenhouse? I have a couple of the four shelf patio one, with a cover that zips closed. I have a number of cuttings in it, and I don't use the soda bottles..it is nice and humid in there, when the zipper is closed.


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RE: rose cuttings in greenhouse

mine is 6' x 8' so i will be able to use it for roses and seed starting to start with. I think I will have enough humidity to propagate the cuttings but may still use soda bottles to start.


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RE: rose cuttings in greenhouse

Might want to monitor the heat in the bottles. Greenhouse in a greenhouse might cook the cuttings.


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