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How to propagate roses with cuttings from annual shoots?
It is difficult to find a place where at least one rose bush grows. That is why in our mail there are so many letters devoted to the care of these beautiful flowers and original ideas.
How many times have I bought rose bushes, but for some reason they don’t grow well. And so, having found out that you can propagate roses yourself, I went to a specialist and asked how it was done. It turns out that there is nothing complicated. At the end of August, cut the cuttings from well-matured annual shoots so that each has four buds, and the leaves that have not yet crumbled. We make an oblique cut under the lower kidney, and over the upper one – a straight line by 1 cm.
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We dig up the soil, where we plant the seedlings to the depth of the spade bayonet and fill them well with organic fertilizers. Sprinkle sand so that the water does not evaporate so quickly and the soil is loose. The seedlings are planted on the day of cutting in rows of 15-20 cm, in a row of 8-10 cm, deepen so that two buds are in the ground and two are on top. Water copiously with warm water.
Now we make a frame of thick wire and stretch the plastic film, cover it tightly with earth on three sides, and lightly on the fourth, since the seedlings will have to be watered several times before frost. When the frost sets in, we cover the fourth side tightly with earth. In winter, when severe frosts come, I come to the dacha and throw snow for the film. There should be no holes in the film, then the seedlings will winter perfectly. In spring, when the temperature is positive, I lift the foil and very carefully loosen the substrate. At this time, the shoots on the cuttings already reach 5-10 cm in height.
When good summer weather comes, we open the foil a little for the day or remove it if it’s hot. We do it in the afternoon, when it’s not that hot and the sun is not very warm. We remove the first buds that appeared so as not to exhaust the seedlings. Once the roses have hardened, remove the foil and frame.
In the spring of next year, we will permanently replant the roses. Cover the seedlings with soil for the winter. With this method, seedlings take root by about 70-80%. It’s a pity for dead seedlings, but even when buying seedlings, not everyone takes root. This is all wisdom. Good luck to anyone who decides to grow roses this way.
ROSES FROM ROLLERS – VIDEO
© Author: Elena Shevchenko
Reference by topic: Autumn rose cuttings – agronomist’s tips + proprietary rooting solution
NOTE: REPRODUCTION OF ROSES – FROM A BOUQUET … TO A FLOWER
I want to share the idea of growing roses from a bouquet.
After all, I really want the wonderful pink bouquet presented to us the day before to stand in the water as long as possible, but … unfortunately. And then one day I looked at a withered bouquet of roses and didn’t throw them away. I had the idea to grow a rose bush on my site from a wilted bouquet, more precisely from cuttings of these roses, or more simply from their stems.
To do this, I cut the stems: from the top – to the last leaf, from the bottom – to the first outer bud (later roots should appear here). The stem was very long and I cut it in half
thus creating two seedlings. A mixture of soda earth, sand and leaf humus was poured into the pot, taken in equal parts. Water the soil abundantly with a dark purple solution of potassium permanganate so that the seedlings do not rot during rooting. I planted it to a depth of 5-6 cm and covered it with glass liter jars, having previously treated them with dichlorvos. I put the pots on the window, out of direct sunlight, and water it with water at room temperature. A month later, the first roots appeared, the buds began to grow. Banks have been removed. After the fourth leaf appeared, I pinched the young sprouts, except for one attempt. Six months later, when the left shoot bloomed, I cut off the flowers above the first leaf (the cut should not be made too low). And in the spring, young bushes were planted in the garden along with a clod of earth.
That’s all. My roses are blooming beautifully.
© Author: Julia ZHEREBTSOWA
Reference by topic: How to plant a rose from a bouquet
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