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Rose Stems Started Sprouting in My Vase

Store bought roses started to grow sprouts as they were drying out in my vase. How can I keep them growing? Should I move them to a pot with dirt? Multiple stems are doing it.
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January 22, 20190 found this helpful

Plant them in a potato. If you live where it is warm enough, plant outside. Otherwise, keep indoors until you can transplant.

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January 22, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you ! I will give that a try. Excited at the prospect of getting a rose bush.

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January 22, 20190 found this helpful

I didn't realize that you could get roses from cuttings but apparently it is possible

scvrs.homestead.com/cuttings1.html

www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyKH0lVxFQI

they suggest adding a rooting hormone such as this
CLONEX Gel:goo.gl/rWlQw2
FAST ROOT :goo.gl/ilWP4q

they also say that the rose that will emerge is a clone of the original plant

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January 24, 20190 found this helpful

Hi,

I am happy that your rose started to grow! However you plan to plant your rose, you can use honey as a rooting harmone ;)

Blessings,
---Robyn

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