How To Multiply Roses From Your Cuttings

Learn the secret to propagating your Roses from Cuttings. This technique is fail proof and we have a quick and easy video to show you how.
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Learning how to multiply roses is easier than you think. We were very excited to learn that you can do this using only their cuttings.

Today we are sharing the easy technique and the other item that is integral to the process is a Plastic Bottle.

You will be able to use this technique for miniature roses to giant climbing roses and you’ll love monitoring the results.

Shirley Bovshow who recently showed us how to Rebloom our Orchids, features in today’s tutorial.

She is a wonderful instructor and has so many terrific ideas. We are very thankful for her contributions to our Community.

How To Multiply Roses From Cuttings

via Shirley Bovshow, EdenMakers

She shows us how to take cuttings from a mother plant and prepare them for successful rooting and growth and she uses a plastic soda bottle as part of her technique.

Click Play above now to watch Shirley in action ^

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