The easiest method of proliferation of roses by sleeping in the air (with images)
One of the several methods of proliferation of roses is the method of sleeping roses in the air, which I think is one of the comfortable and effortless methods of proliferation of roses.
One of the several methods of proliferation of roses is the method of sleeping roses in the air, which I think is one of the comfortable and effortless methods of proliferation of roses. That if done at the right time and in the right way, it will have 100% success. Some roses may require a long time to root, but generally it will take between 3 and 8 weeks of rooting.
The best time to put roses in the air is in spring, just after the first flowering since it is the best and most active time to grow.
To get started, choose a juicy and refreshing branch from a healthy rose that has done a good flowering. This is the best and most complete indication to prove that the branch is mature enough to root. To accelerate root growth and encourage strong growth, it's a good idea to grow your rose.
The first step is to choose a healthy, pencil-sized branch that is free of any disease, making sure that the branch is in bloom.
The second step is to separate the sum of leaves and thorns from the branch. Work in the area below the fifth set of leaves from the branch.
Do the third step of the cuts as you can see in the picture, less than one centimeter below the knot on the branch. Make the cuts as deep as the skin of the branch and do not go deeper than that, make these cuts to a height of 2 cm along the branch. Gently peel off the bark.
Step 4 Gently scrape the soft tissue paper.
Step 5 Apply the tissue paper impregnated with the root growth hormone all over the cut area.
Step 6 Wrap a sturdy nylon around the branch as shown in the figure, and tie the bottom of this sturdy nylon with string. Be sure to nail it to the pallets only on the back and two sides not the front.
Step 7 Fill the nylon with soaked moss and vegetable fertilizer and squeeze it together. Tie the top of the nylon and leave it like this for 3 weeks.
The eighth step Some of them may have taken root in the third week, but some may take more than 3 weeks.