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when to plant my rose cutting, they have lots of foliage

when I pruned my rose bushes this winter I took some cuttings and they have all taken, do I plant in garden or pots,thankyou

Submitted: 01:14AM, 24 Sep 2017
Answer: Hi Kenny,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

Congratulations on getting some great cuttings of your roses! There is nothing more enjoyable than seeing the results of your time and effort pay off!

These cuttings can be planted in the ground if need be, however, I am always one to play it safe and would recommend placing them in a pot for at least this warm season so they can build their strength a bit more and grow. This way you can shelter them should anything occur.

Just be sure to feed them regularly with Yates Thrive Naturals Roses and Flowers to give them all the nutrients they need to grow their best!

Kind regards

Yates Horticulturalist

Answered: 04:08PM, 24 Sep 2017


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