Rosebush stem into a potato
How to grow rose cuttings in a potato:
I think most likely the potato will grow and not rose cutting/or rot along with cutting here's video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGRytaBRm64 start in water too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9142Q5i-jY
Hi Geralyn, is this what you want?
Hi Geralyn: I tried this, it didn't work, but I did get more potatoes:)
Hi Geralyn. Start by cutting 8 to 9 inch pieces of the rose bush. Remove any leaves or blossoms. Push it into a potato, but not all the way thru. Plant it in a pot and water it well. Cut the bottom off of a gallon of milk. Wash and dry it. Then cover your pot. Be sure to keep the soil moist. In 6 weeks you can plant the potato, with the rose bush start still in it. Good luck with this.