Summer residents and gardeners vying to praise their proven methods of propagating roses by cuttings. They all work, but most require a lot of attention to the cuttings, and then the seedlings. There is a much easier way.
What you need:
- branches of roses;
- assembly knife;
- container with sand;
- watering can.
Rose cuttings process
The secret of the simplicity and reliability of this method of cuttings is that many cuttings are prepared with a large supply. As a result, even with the worst care and minimum survival of the seedlings, you can get a sufficient number of plants. And so, from roses you need to cut as many cuttings as possible 2-3 buds long.
Their bottom edge must be cut at an acute angle to increase the moisture absorption area. Leaves on cuttings can not be removed, as when planting under a jar. We take in quantity, so such subtleties are superfluous. Retaining the leaves will accelerate the development of the plant to the flowering phase, although it will reduce the chances of rooting early.
Next, a container with a drainage hole is prepared, into which sand is filled.
Cuttings are stuck into it with oblique cuts down, and abundantly filled with water.
After that, the roses are watered every day.
After a month, the cuttings will take root, this can be assessed by improving the condition of the leaves and the appearance of new shoots.
After that, they need to be transplanted into nutrient soil. Rooting in sand is quite high, the likelihood of root mold appearing in it is minimal, besides, the cuttings stick well into it and pull out without damaging the roots. You can propagate flowers using this method all summer long.
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