Propagation forum: Rose cuttings

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Name: Josh Segoviano
El paso (Zone 8b)
Overgrown_suncity
Jul 25, 2017 8:51 PM CST
I have a very old rose which I plan on taking cuttings of just in case it passes any advice
Name: Barbara
Northern CA (Zone 9a)
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iciris
Jul 26, 2017 8:27 AM CST
See the thread: First rose cutting success! (Sorry, I'm not sure how to post the link *Blush* )
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Name: greene
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greene
Jul 26, 2017 8:54 AM CST
Is this the one??

https://garden.org/thread/view...
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Name: Barbara
Northern CA (Zone 9a)
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iciris
Jul 28, 2017 11:18 PM CST
Yes, but my post wasn't there. Shrug! so I copied what I posted.
Edit: thank you Greene

iciris said:It's been a number of years since I've taken any rose cuttings, but I had a pretty good success rate.
This is what I did way back when:
Mix 1/3 peat moss, 1/3 perlite, and 1/3 vermiculite really well. Make sure all the mixture has been wet and is still damp. Take the cutting, in the morning on new wood, about 5" to 6" long, cut just below a set of leaves, trim all the bottom leaves off but the last three or four leaves. If there is a rose bud on the cutting, be sure you cut it off too. I used rooting powder on the cut end and even on the areas where the leaves were removed. I used a pencil I make a hole in the potting mixture so not to rub off any of the rooting hormone. I do remember using Osmocote as a fertilizer when the cutting was potted. I placed the potted cutting in the shade in my yard and very lightly watered them about three times during the day. I did not cover any of the cuttings.
After the cuttings started to grow I don't remember if I fertilize them, if I did I'm sure I would have used the Osmocote again. I'm sure some roses are easier to root than others. I've never had any luck of my Altissimo, but I think almost every cutting of Sally Homes took. Old Garden Roses are pretty easy to propagate too.



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