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Can you take a cutting of Josephs Coat rose and grow another?

Posted by jess2132000 PA (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 9, 10 at 15:17

Can I take a cutting of this rose and grow another. What is the best way to do this?


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RE: Can you take a cutting of Josephs Coat rose and grow another?

Yes you can. Joseph's Coat's patent has expired and can legally be propagated. For years I used the method, described in the following link, with great success.

Here is a link that might be useful: Rooting rose cuttings


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RE: Can you take a cutting of Josephs Coat rose and grow another?

I personally have tried several methods of rooting rose cuttings, but the best way I have tried is our Great grandparents method by using canning jars.

What I do is usually in the fall ( I don't like to try in the spring because it gets too hot quickly here and the rose will suffocate in the jar ) is I take a small cutting that's no wider than a pencil and I do use a rooting powder on the bottom, stick it in the ground and put a canning jar over it. I usually put a few rock around the jar so the wind will not blow it over, and by spring, ta-da a new rose has rooted! I just would not plan on moving it until the next spring though since it's roots are still very tiny and easy to break if you dig it up.


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RE: Can you take a cutting of Josephs Coat rose and grow another?

Whatever method you use, I would recommend that you try it with at least 5 cuttings - I do that and usually at least 3 survive. If you get too many, you can pot them up and give them away!

Jackie


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