Rose Bush Cutting

estevens added on September 16, 2016 | Answered

I managed to take a cutting from a rose bush (New Dawn). It now has roots. Should I plant in now outside, wait for spring, or keep it in a pot indoors during the winter?

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Answered on September 17, 2016

Since it is late in the season, I would plant it in a good sized pot with drainage. Keep it inside until early Spring once danger of frost has past, then sit it outside in the pot for several days more hours outside each time. Then plant it where you want her to grow.

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