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Propagating Roses

Discussion in 'Roses' started by Victoria, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. Victoria

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      That is really interesting. Thank you for the links :spinning:
       
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      I like the sound of that, Thanks Victoria..:thumbsup::SUNsmile:
       
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      Strikes me that you'd get a potato plant by putting half a potato in soil :snorky:
       
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        Its the Cinnamon that is the key here.. Cinnamon is very helpful stuff.. Cinnamon is a kind of antiseptic and has healing properties, been used for centuries in countries where it grows.. :thumbsup:
         
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          The poster did stress that eyes should be cut out of the half potato.....
           

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