Discussion in 'Flower Gardening' started by Logan, Nov 12, 2021.
I watch these videos they're very informative
Thanks for those vids Loggie.
A couple of them had things that we do and reasonings that we use.
I liked them.
Thanks Sjoerd, there's a lot more if there's anything you want to know I'll try and find one.
I've started lots of roses using hardwood cuttings. Last winter I started some more. I just cut prunings about a foot long, pencil thick, and stuck them about 6 inches deep into a vegetable raised bed as row markers. They all too root and grew very nicely.
That's great Daniel W
I'm doing them for the first time in different mediums and they seem to do well as you said. The roses that I cut them from are Hybrid Tea and always grafted on root stock so I haven't bothered before. Thought that I try and save some money but where I'll put them i don't know.
Ah, Logan! You made me laugh with that last comment.
Yes I'm always growing things and don't know where to put them. This year I grew some lupins from seed and I re potted them because there's nowhere to put them. But I think the older ones in the garden have been had by the lupin greenfly and killed them off.have to wait and see.
Logan I have that problem too. Last summer I finally sat some by the curb with a "Free Plants" sign. Somebody grabbed them.
Yes but I never seem to have too many wallflowers.
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