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Propagating Renae?

Posted by banders z7 VA (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 5, 06 at 10:14

Can you do it, LOL? I bought 2 this year and I want another one. The only places that I can find that have it are on the west coast and shipping for one plant is high.

Anyone every rooted a cutting of Renae? Hints, tips, tricks welcome.


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RE: Propagating Renae?

  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 8, 06 at 12:22

It is long out of patent, so no problem there. The easiest (but slowest) way is to layer a branch--make a small cut about 1/3 the way through a cane low down on the mother plant, dust it with rooting powder, and pin it to the soil. Check it in several months and you should have roots--it may take until the fall--in which case it would be better to leave it connected to the mother plant until the following spring.

If you read the FAQ at the rose propagation forum and do a google search on rooting roses, you will find lots and lots of information.

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