Growing Roses from Cuttings

Will rose stems root in water?

By Jennie G.

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July 2, 20140 found this helpful

It has been my experience that the rose stem always rots when trying to root them in water. Most professional growers use (or at least, use to use) sharp, sterile river sand or an equivalent. I don't see why clean play sand wouldn't work just as well. I usually just stick them in the same soil the parent plant is growing in and cover with a quart mason jar.

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