Starting a Rose Bush and other plants from a Cutting (Slip)
For as long as I can remember, my Grandmother, Mother, and Aunts were always starting new plants from cuttings (slips). I think they called them slips because, they tore the piece of plant material…
How to Propagate Roses By Cuttings
Article by Master Rosarian Kitty Belendez tells several ways of propagating roses by cuttings, from the simple Mason Jar method, to more advanced ways.
How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes | Hunker
You can propagate roses using potatoes by punching holes in the potato, inserting a rose cutting into the potato and burying it until it forms strong roots.