Propagate Roses Using Organic Materials as Root Hormone Which Everyone Has In Their Cupboards: Cinnamon and Potatoes
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Questions and Answers
Can I do this with roses I received for my birthday or do the have to straight of the main rose bush?
The propagation process may or may not work with roses from a vase because of the length of time they have been away from the bush. That's not to say it won't work, though; follow the steps in this article to propagate your vase roses.
How to use cinnamon and potato to root roses?
Rooting roses using cinnamon and potato?
Please refer to this article for propagating roses using cinnamon and a potato
How to graft 2 different color Roses?
Hi, may I know the simplest procedure to graft 2 different color rose plants. How do I know what color will I achieve before grafting? Sorry, if my question is stupid. I never done grafting before. Thank you
Roses love to root and are not picky in how they begin to root so this makes grafting roses one of the best ways to learn the process of grafting.
- Start with a stem from the rose plant and cut it at a 45 degree angle
- Prepare the rose plant that you are going to attach your cutting to by making a small notch in one of the strongest branches on the bush. You want to expose the whitish flesh of the stem with enough exposed to meet with your cutting.
- Dip you cutting into cinnamon
- Attach your cutting to the area that you notched out using floral tape or cloth. Do not use a tape that will suffocate the plant.
The roses you will have when the grafting blooms will be a mixture of both original rose bushes. So you may have a pink and peach rose if you grafted a pink rose onto a peach rose bush.
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
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