Plant Propagation from Cuttings using Rooting Hormones by HortusUSA
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Propagation of roses from cuttings
 
Growers of roses and other plants always have several varieties that are favorites. 
From these favorites there may be some which are desirable to propagate to make new plants, especially when older varieties are no longer commercially available.
Propagating roses (and other plants) by rooting softwood cuttings is a simple way to obtain more plants. Some varieties are usually self-rooted. Other varieties have the upper portion budded or grafted onto a root stock; these root stocks are usually propagated from cuttings.
"Old Garden Roses", shrub roses and miniature roses may be grown on their own roots. Modern hybrid teas and floribundas are less predictable.
 
Rose varieties:
Many rose varieties cuttings are best taken from young stems of the current seasons growth.
When taking cuttings from "non-stop" varieties select stems on which the flowers petals have just fallen.
For "annually flowering" varieties take cuttings in the late Spring after the flowers have faded.

HOW TO
  ●   Types of rose cuttings
  ●   Taking rose cuttings
  ●   Methods: propagate roses
  ●   Products: propagate roses
  ●   Basic care: rose cuttings
  ●   Propagation tricks: 'pop-bottle' and 'baggie' methods
  ●   Rooting cuttings: air layering
  ●   Stenting: rooting & grafting at the same time
  ●   Transplanting: rooted roses & other plants

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