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Has anyone else had this happen before?

Posted by gr8heather none (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 22, 13 at 22:33

2 of my rooted clippings have sent up extra shoots that aren't attached (at least above ground) to the original clipping. The new shoots seem to be growing crazy fast, too. I thought it was pretty cool!

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This post was edited by gr8heather on Wed, Jan 23, 13 at 0:40


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

They are likely coming from the callus or roots. They're rejuvenating themselves. The cuttings' new "basals". Kim


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

Mini basal breaks, that is totally cool! I hope you have a big yard, you're success rate seems VERY good - I am excited for you - great work!
~Jay


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

Awesome! I'm glad to know the name for them :) Are they common with rooting clippings? I do have a very large section of undeveloped yard... Which I'd like to develop with these roses! :D


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Here are a couple of better pictures :)

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Weird little leafy rosebud :)


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Thu, Jan 24, 13 at 19:40

They look really good!!!! I just started trying to root roses a couple of years ago and I'm still trying to perfect my method. Out of curiosity, how long have them been in their pots?

Tammy


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

amazing job Heather,

you will have tons of roses in no time!!! i wish i was so good at rooting!


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RE: Has anyone else had this happen before?

amazing job Heather,

you will have tons of roses in no time!!! i wish i was so good at rooting!


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