Rooting A Plant From A Cutting. - Knowledgebase Question

Seattle, WA
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Question by rellano22
March 6, 2002
I live in Seattle. I would like to start a rose from a cutting off my favorite rose. I have some rooting hormone powder that I intend to apply after I make the cutting.
Because it is so cool here, is there anything special I should do? Would I need to start it in a pot inside the house, or perhaps in a greenhouse? Any other tips?
Sincerely,
Tom.


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Answer from NGA
March 6, 2002
with a rock and top with a generous layer of mulch.

Water it occasionally during the growing season. Eventually,
the branch will develop enough roots from the wounded
area to support itself enough to separated from the parent
plant.

Good luck with your rose propagation project!
with a rock and top with a generous layer of mulch.

Water it occasionally during the growing season. Eventually,
the branch will develop enough roots from the wounded
area to support itself enough to separated from the parent
plant.

Good luck with your rose propagation project!

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