I Received Some Cut Roses and They Have New Sprouts

danidae added on May 19, 2013 | Answered

New sprouts on the stems. If I plant stems, how much should I plant and will they grow and bloom?

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Answered on May 19, 2013

Your chances of rooting florist roses, that have been cut and out of water for at least 2 days, are less than 1%. The new growth is coming from a bud at the leaf node, You have nothing to lose but the time and effort.

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