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Published on Jul 24, 2019
I grow roses from cuttings for my small-scale backyard nursery, and I'd be happy to share what I've learned about propagation. Semi-hardwood cuttings under timed mist is my preferred method - and that's the one I'll describe here. I'm always tinkering with new techniques, so if you have any questions about general propagation, I'm happy to reply to comments left below the video.
This one is a bit longer than my usual videos (lots of details to go through), so here's a quick timeline: 1:07 Choose semi-hardwood sections 3:35 Cutting supplies 5:24 Leaf nodes (where to cut) 6:50 Rooting hormone 7:29 Stick the cutting 9:02 What about smaller cuttings? 11:02 Check for rooting 13:08 Misting 18:25 Humidity dome or tent instead 20:07 Timeline / up-potting 21:54 Am I allowed to propagate these roses?
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