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Check your rose plant first from top to the base.

If you leave dead, diseased or healthy cuttings around your plants, they will attract pests and can impact the health of your rose bushes.

Make it at degree angle. It is best to make the cut a slanting style making the direction away from the bud. Spread over wood glue on the surface of the cut stems. Sealing them and avoiding wood borers to penetrate inside the stems.

I think what you tried is a method whereby you take a cutting at the right time and it will always root under glass not sure why the glass.

Trim all leaves from the left behind bushtrimmers.buzzted Reading Time: 5 mins. Cuttings from a + year old rose bush # Asked May 28,PM EDT I have been trying to start cuttings from a rose bush that is over years old from my childhood home which was planted by my father in Sep 21, Cut off tiny green saplings that grow off the central stem of the bush. Remove all sucker shoots, or shoots that sprout up from the roots of the bush, as soon as they become visible.

Cut above one set of buds on each branch that point outside of the rose bush. Prune down to a healthy bud by cutting at a degree angle. Canes resent cutting and may die back, but if the rose becomes so big it’s a nuisance, some pruning and shaping may be necessary. ROSA MULTIFLORA: Plants produce flowers on new wood. After blooming, old wood may be pruned back to encourage new canes for next year Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.