Insert rose stem cuttings into potatoes? --- The reason? -- Surprising! -
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Insert rose stem cuttings into potatoes? --- The reason? -- Surprising!

July 14, 2016 • By Shirley Marie Bradby

Have your next-door neighbor's roses caught your eye? But you are afraid to cut off a branch because not all plant stem cuttings or propagating plants succeed well? Fear not, there is a simple and effective method to increase the chances that your rose stem cuttings will live, thrive, and multiply -- showing all their splendor!

All that you need are some potatoes! How to proceed? Choose healthy rose branches and cut at a 45-degree angle. Next, pierce the potatoes in the middle with a screwdriver and insert the cutting or propagating plant into the cavity obtained.

Now, you can put them in vases and cover the potatoes with soil. Remember to water the plants as needed! In a few days they will begin to form their first, strong and healthy roots.

Tags: NatureTricks


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