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Starting Roses from Cuttings

How do you grow roses from cuttings?

Hardiness Zone: 9a

By Jo Helen from San Antonio, TX

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My great grandmother used to cut the roses at the base of the stem where it meets the main branch. dig a hole and put the rose into the hole and top with a jar, and then water. Keeping it damp. She never purchased a rose bush. Any given to her were always done this way to expand her garden.

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