How to Grow a Rose Bush from Rose Bush Cuttings?

Answer A walk along rows and rows of beautiful and varied rose bushes at your local nursery is a feast for the eyes and balm for the soul... until you muster the nerve to look at price tags. Ye Gads! Visi... Read More »

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How to Get Cuttings From a Climbing Rose Bush?

When you remove a cutting from a climbing rose bush, you can plant it to grow another bush. The cuttings will produce a replica of the original plant. Removing cuttings from a climbing rose bush d... Read More »

How to Propagate Rose Bush Cuttings?

Roses are among some of the oldest plants in the world. There are fossils of these cousins of the apple tree that extend back 30 million years. Some of the most popular commercially sold rose bushe... Read More »

How to Grow a Rose Bush from a Single Stem or Cutting?

This is a great way to collect a wide variety of roses.The best time of year to propagate roses is in early spring or late fall. Select the area in which you wish to grow your rose bush. Make sure ... Read More »

How to Grow a Rose of Sharon Bush?

The Rose of Sharon bush (Hibiscus syriacus) produces large, showy, white, pink, purple, or red flowers, which bloom in the mid to late summer all the way through to mid-autumn. This herbaceous shru... Read More »