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Aug 30, Take a cutting from the rose bush you would like to grow your new bush from. It can be a whole branch or a stem. With your knife, gently scrape off 1–2 inches (– cm) of the outer covering of the clipping at the bottom. This will 92%.

The no fuss way is to poke a narrow, pencil-sized hole directly into the ground where you want to plant it, dip the butt end of the cutting in rooting hormone, insert the cutting 6 inches, mound up the soil around it, water it and pray it works.

How you take cuttings can vary a bit depending on the variety of rose, but here are some general tips: Select straight, healthy, disease-free stems to take the cuttings from.

The cuttings should have 5 or 6 leaves attached.

Cut off about 12 inches from the top just below a leaf node. A node left near this cut end may help the cutting root more easily. Jul 28, I like to take cuttings that are 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm.) long. Place the cuttings immediately in a jar or can of water to keep them moist. Label each cutting with the name of the rose bush it was taken from if you are taking several cuttings at one time.

Jul 29, You can take flexible, softwood rose cuttings of very new growth in late-spring and summer – these root quickly and easily. Semi-hardwood cuttings are taken in late summer and early autumn, when new stems are firmer and more mature. Hardwood cuttings are taken from mature stems in winter, and are the slowest and most difficult to root. Dec 15, It's illegal to propagate patented and trademarked roses, such as the Knock Out rose, with cuttings.

Be sure the rose is an unpatented heritage or species rose. 1969 Rowley MA