So I want to take cuttings from my rose bushes and pelargoniums...
Do I have to let them sit and dry out on the cut end? Or can I just stick them into a pot with moist soil, and eventually they will grow roots? I have the spots in my room, where it will be between 65-80 F for the next couple of months. With bright indirect sun.
I don't have rooting hormone. Nor do I have the resources to get any. I've heard if you pick the right time you don't need it, and that's what I'm betting. So I just want to know if I have to wait for the cut end to dry out, or just plant them. I've successfully transplanted the white pelargoniums.
We have a vine coming through our fence from our neighbor... and it's threatening our rose bushes. So I want cuttings to make clones.