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I was watching a video on rooting roses and found, I've never heard of doing it this way I'm going to give it a try come spring. check out the video

 
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That's an interesting idea! I wonder how it would look after it has taken root?
 
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I've heard from other gardeners in the past that it's not very successful Fernsdaddy.
Thanks for letting me know, but I still think I might give it a try and if it doesn't work all I'm out is a few rose cuttings and potatoes.
 
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Dang, I just pruned mine back a week ago. I had actually thought about trying some plum and nectarine... once I had stuffed then into the trash unfortunately. Had I thought about the roses, I would have given it a try.
 
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The method sounded bizarre and doubtful when I heard of it, but I was curious if that strange video has a follow-up ... and lo and behold, it does. I am glad that the Youtuber saw fit to show the results. I'm now even more fully convinced that it is a bad idea.
 

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