Your rose bushes are likely to get a blooming display at the last minute before winter. Have you heard how to make tons more rose bushes out of potatoes? That’s right, if you like your rose bushes and want more, don’t run to the store to buy more rose bushes – go to the store to buy potatoes instead. Potatoes are cheaper!
There’s a popular rosebush plant hack that explodes on social media every year. If you haven’t heard of it, here’s how it works.
Root rose bush cuttings
- Take a cutting from your current rose bush.
- Peel a potato (white or red potatoes work best).
- Using a knife or drill, scoop out a hole in the potato (make sure the hole is a little smaller in diameter than the rose cut).
- Stick one end of the cut into the hole in the potato.
- Plant the whole potato.
- Cut off the bottom of a water bottle and place the water bottle over the stem of the rose bush.
- keep moist.
Rooting rose bush cuttings (alternative easier method)
Wrap the bottom of the rose cut in wet newspaper and plastic from a ziplock bag.
Place the cuttings in the potato, newspaper side first.
Wrap the potato in aluminum foil.
In three weeks your rose bush cuttings should have roots and new shoots.
Using either or both of these rosebush rooting methods will save you money and provide you with exceptional gardening satisfaction. Protecting them from the extreme cold will allow your new plants to be planted in your outdoor areas next spring and electrify your garden with the loveliest rose bushes in your neighborhood.
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