Before planting rose cuttings, you must keep one thing in mind. Always cut the cuttings of native roses. Because the English rose plant is not grown by cuttings. So let’s know, how to cut rose cuttings and how to apply it.
Rose cuttings should always be planted in the rainy months. These days the cuttings of roses are taken very quickly and the cuttings do not have to be taken much care of during the rainy season.
First of all, you have to take 5 to 6 cuttings equal to the thickness of the pencil from a native rose plant. Whose length should be kept about 6 to 7 inches. The cuttings of this type of rose take root well. You do not have to take very thick cuttings. Whenever you plant a rose cutting, always put 8 to 10 cuttings together because some of these cuttings get spoiled.
After preparing all the cuttings, you have to prepare the soil in a pot. Mix 60% normal soil and 20% old manure of cow dung and 20% sand and fill it in the pot. Press the soil well in the pot.
After this, you have to take all the rose cuttings, and dip them in about an inch of water from the bottom and apply rooting hormone powder on it. Apply rooting hormone powder on all the cuttings in the same way.
After this, make two-inch deep pits in your pot with any wood. How much is your pen? Putting all the pens in those pits, bury them well.
After applying the pen, fill the pot with water. You have to maintain the moisture inside it for about two months. Meanwhile, keep sprinkling water in the pot in between. Never see your rose pen shaken, it gets damaged.