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He Puts THIS in a Potato. A Couple of Weeks Later, I Am in Awe!
Most people want to grow useful and pretty things around their homes, but sometimes that can seem impossible. Certain plants need special soil and specific water schedules to grow the way they should. It can be a little confusing.
This is especially true of roses. Many people want them, but few know how to grow them successfully. Well, that is all about to change!
Believe it or not, roses can be grown from cuttings, or pieces of a rose plant! Learn how below!
Place each rose plant in the trench, and cover them with dirt. The stems should be covered about halfway up. As you can see, the potatoes also make planting the cuttings much easier! Water your roses right away. Then watch the moisture level in the soil over a period of days to determine an appropriate regular watering schedule.
In about 2 weeks, you should see plenty of beautiful roses!