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Post by SueH on 17th June 2013, 15:55

Hi everyone,

Could you experts advise me on a rose cutting I've been given please?  It is in a potting mix suitable for cuttings and I've been told I will know if it has successfully taken root when the little "cane" starts shooting from the leaf axils.  Is this correct or do I have to wait a long time.  It has been potted up for about 6 weeks.  Also, do I just leave it in the pot to mature?
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 17th June 2013, 15:59

Sue you will get lots of answers on this I bet
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Post by SueH on 17th June 2013, 16:07

Thanks roseman, I hope so!

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Post by Balinbear on 18th June 2013, 22:40

I have found that sometimes potting mix works and sometimes it does not. Sometimes the bag method works sometimes it does not. Sometimes roses that others (or yourself) have trouble with strike and other times those that you normally have no problem with simply die off on you.

The humidity and heat up this way makes it all a bit of hit and miss.

My most recent success have come from simply sticking the cutting into the ground near the base of the rose (or anywhere for that matter).

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Post by neptune on 18th June 2013, 23:03

Nice research Gary.....well done.....
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th June 2013, 05:52

A big thank you  from me Gary, that list will keep Sue reading for a while
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Post by SueH on 19th June 2013, 16:19

Thank you Gary, I really appreciate the advice and the suggested reading material!  Roseman, you are right!  Good job I like reading!  A big thank you to you all! SueH  Very Happy

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Post by Ausrose on 19th June 2013, 16:57

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Post by SueH on 19th June 2013, 17:53

LOLOLOL!!  Clap

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th June 2013, 06:06

Here is another Sue, you could try different styles to see which works for you.
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Post by SueH on 20th June 2013, 10:03

Thank you Roseman!  Will give this a go. Sue

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Post by RosyTeesh on 21st June 2013, 11:09

Ausrose, without reading through all those links, would you mind telling me in short what you did with the potato photo? I am very interested in doing it this way!
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Post by SueH on 21st June 2013, 11:23

RosyTeesh, I was under the impression Aurose was kidding me! LOL  Will also be interested in the reply! SueH

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Post by RosyTeesh on 21st June 2013, 11:24

LOL ! We shall see hahahahaha
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st June 2013, 12:14

Why not give it a go girls.
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Post by SueH on 21st June 2013, 12:36

Roseman, do you think Ausrose has "Tuber" roses in mind?! LOL

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Post by RosyTeesh on 21st June 2013, 21:10

Can't tell if you are being facetious or not roseman. I have read about people trialling this, so I was interested to see if it was something someone here had actually tried..
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 22nd June 2013, 00:29

Rosey, I am never a "bullshitter",I only post what I believe is correct at the time I type.
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Post by RosyTeesh on 22nd June 2013, 10:41

Perhaps you should elaborate then. Otherwise it looks like you are. And that doesn't really help anyone..
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Post by neptune on 22nd June 2013, 17:45

RosyTeesh wrote:Ausrose, without reading through all those links, would you mind telling me in short what you did with the potato photo? I am very interested in doing it this way!

Rosy, Ausrose didn't do this. This was from a friend of his who lives in NZ who is using this method.
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Post by RosyTeesh on 22nd June 2013, 17:50

Thanks Neptune :-) No one else seemed to be able to answer me lol. Would be really interested to know how it went. My great uncle  has given me a few tips how to grow from cuttings and seeds and he has been growing them for a really long time. There's a few of my roses that I would like duplicates of but I have had no success thus far with cuttings.
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Post by neptune on 22nd June 2013, 19:17

you might like to contact Ozeboy. The area you want will be right up his alley
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Post by RosyTeesh on 22nd June 2013, 19:23

:-)
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 23rd June 2013, 06:29

The  link below might help those that wish to try what is not Doug's idea, he just reproduced it here, I believe that to be right, Doug will correct me if I am wrong, I don't mind being corrected, it is also posted on another thread.
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I shall do this as an experiment on return from holidays and report on the outcome.
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Post by SueH on 24th June 2013, 11:38

Hi roseman.  Well, that was an interesting read!  Potatoes will never cease to amaze me! LOL  Will try this method too.
Have a great holiday. SueH Smile

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