How to propagate roses from cuttings


Ever had a plant that thrives remarkably in your garden? Or perhaps, a rose bush in your neighborhood that captivates you? Maybe a beloved rose is nearing its twilight years?

That's the prime time to consider a cutting.

Propagation through stem cutting allows you to duplicate a plant that you adore. This means you could multiply that perfect floribunda you're infatuated with into several copies.

However, a dose of reality: the success rate of your cuttings is likely to be around 50 to 75 percent. Rose enthusiasts are always experimenting to increase the success rate of their cuttings, and their efforts and experiences can be quite enlightening. Despite this, even seasoned rose cultivators often hover around this success rate.

Don't be disheartened! This only implies you should plant a few extras to ensure you have more than what you need. In case more flourish than anticipated, they make an exquisite gift.

With this guide, you're set to be on the higher end of the success scale. We've gathered top-notch advice and experiences from rose enthusiasts globally.

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