Planting rose stems🌹🌹🌹

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I make it a practice to never throw branches from when I prune but rather trim off leaves and stick em in the soil and wait for them to grow

Step 1

Choose stems that have:

  • the least leaves
  • growing in the wrong direction (that would be sideways)
    /Your plants need to be growing upward and not too much side ways or dropping downward/
  • some that may look a bit dry or old
  • for the sick ones you can definitely throw them out
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Step 2

Get a pot with good drainage and put soil. Cut the stems diagonal at the end and near a node (a bump on the stem where the stems grow) and stick them onto the pot about 1-2 inches deep and water daily.

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As you can see, these are my roses from stem cuttings, they're growing beautifully!

I hope you try growing and reproducing them.

You can use the flowers for so many things.

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Now I got my mini Rose farm 🌹🌹🌹 so happy.

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