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Re: Rose cuttings

I have to say, I'm much better at doing cuttings and such, than I am  seeds.  
(I am really bad at seeds.)  However, I think the R. mutabilis  is the 
easiest Rose to root. It would root itself to the ground if I didn't  pick up the 
cuttings.  It's almost as bad as Ruellia from Hellia.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 5/4/2005 11:02:27 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I've got  two Rosa
> mutablis in my yard that I propagate from a huge old specimen  downtown.
> They are now both about 6 feet tall. They were my first  success about 6
> years ago, very sentimental about  them.

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