How To Root Roses From Cuttings

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Don’t you just love rose gardens! You can┬ároot roses from cuttings to grow more rose bushes from an existing bush. This way you can grow more of the roses you already have in your garden, and you can take and share cuttings with┬áneighbors to expand your rose garden. Or, if you or someone you know receives roses as a gift, why not rooting these cuttings?

To root roses from cuttingns, you will need the proper supplies and some patience.


– Utility knife
– Pruners
– Root hormone
– Potting soil
– 2-liter soda bottle
– Half gallon plastic jug

Once you have the supplies, follow this step-by-step process and instructions from here…

How To Root Roses From Cuttings

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