Reproducing roses : with the arrival of spring the first rose buds begin and you will certainly find some roses in the garden that are more beautiful than others. If you want to select it to cultivate it and create other flower beds or a real rose garden, what we will show you is a very simple method.

As we were saying, the best time to replant roses is spring, generally in May and early June. They are beautiful flowers, loved by many and quite simple to grow, with the method we will show you we can save a little money by not having to buy new plants again.

All we need is a potato and some cinnamon powder. Are you wondering how to proceed? Nothing complicated: insert the stem of the bud you have chosen to reproduce into a potato, after protecting the base with cinnamon powder. This simple trick allows the rose to grow with more vigor.

Reproducing roses: here’s a simple and cheap way, excellent results!

Choose rose stems that are the thickness of a pencil. Select the cutting with the straightest stem , i.e. without curvatures, to check if the chosen cutting is ready, pull a thorn if it comes away cleanly without affecting the stem you can proceed with the following operations and please note it must be a young stem


Cut approximately 20/22cm of a branch that meets the requirements listed above (new growth from an existing rose bush). Remove the stem by making a cut at a 45 degree angle.

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Dip the freshly cut stem into the cinnamon .


Cinnamon contains antibacterial properties and will therefore protect your cutting from fungi and bacteria during the rooting process. Cut the potato and make a hole to place the rose stem. The potato will give your rose stem the moisture and nutrients it needs to root and grow.

Proceed to dig in after fertilizing the house.