Growing Roses from Seed

Will there be rosehips from rose cuttings? If there is, can its seeds be use for planting?


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February 27, 20170 found this helpful

This sound delightful! I think it depends on the cultivar, whether they will have seeds or not. A lot of commercial cultivars don't because they want you to go out and buy the seeds

in any event, here's a guide on how to do it, when it is possible:
"Cut each rose hip open carefully with a knife and dig out the seeds, again placing them in containers with the name of the rose bush they came from. Once the seeds have all been removed from the rose hips, rinse the seeds off to remove any of the pulp from the rose hips still on them"

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February 28, 20170 found this helpful

The best way to propagate roses is to get a cutting and put it in rooting hormone. Seeds are not as successful for the amateur gardener.

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