|One of the primary ways of propagating roses throughout history has been to rooting stems cut from existing plants. This method can work for almost any woody-stem shrub but I will work specifically with roses. I will demonstrate the process using basic gardening tools, discuss some different approaches, and what has worked for me and what has failed.
There will also be an Roses: Open Q&A session as a separate class later in the day.
Links to download the class handouts will be emailed to students prior to the class. Class will be offered via Zoom and will be recorded.