Monday, August 1, 2011

Root your own roses

This is the first bloom from one of the thornless roses rooted from a friend's annual prunings this year. It's a hybrid tea, name unknown. We used regular potting soil, scored the end of the cutting intended for rooting, used DipN'Grow & got 50 to 60 percent strike. I didn't really count the successful cuttings so the success rate is a guestimate.

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