Rooting roses is often not an easy task, especially for novice gardeners. To bring the result closer to the maximum possible positive, we suggest you try a simple way of rooting cuttings of roses in the sand.
Cut the roses into 15-20 cm cuttings. Cut off the tip of each at an angle.
Fill the container for planting cuttings with sand. It is imperative to make a drainage hole in the container.
Plant the cuttings of roses in the sand. Water abundantly. Leave in a bright place and water every day.
We look at the result in a month - the cuttings root perfectly! Can be planted in the ground.
For more information on how to root cuttings of roses in the sand, see the video below: