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How Do You Make Roses Grow Faster From Stems

To make roses grow faster from stems, first cut a healthy stem of the rose plant at an angle of around 45 degrees.

Remove the leaves and thorns from the bottom couple of inches and place them in a container full of water to prevent air bubbles.

Change the water every day to keep it fresh and remove any excess leaves.

After about two weeks, when you see new roots start sprouting, it’s time for planting.

Choose a spot with well-draining soil and plenty of sunlight. Dig a hole deep enough for the roots, plant the stem, and pack the soil tightly around them.

Water regularly to keep it moist but not too damp to avoid rotting roots or fungal growth.

Following these simple steps will help you bring life to your roses all year round.

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