The Q&A Archives: rose cuttings

Question: can I root roses from the leftover trimmings I get when I prune them?

Answer: Karen,

You can propagate a rose by tip cuttings dipped in a rooting hormone and placed in a moist well-drained rooting medium. Rooting will occur in about 2-3 weeks depending on cultivar and rooting conditions.

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