I forgot how to Plant a Rose steam on a potato. Please remind me. I am not sure if after that I have to Plant in triunfo.
Place the prepared cutting into the potato, but do not push it clear through. Plant the potato and cutting out in a garden area with at least 3 inches of good soil covering it, tamp lightly and water it in. Place a jar or a wall-o-water around the planted cutting.
This may help
I didn't know that was possible! May have to try this myself.
this may help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9142Q5i-jY
HOW TO REGROW ROSES USING POTATOES
There is some good information here:
Hope this will help you with your project:
Hi Lucy: What I did was to cut a hole in a potato with a straw, cut the end of the rose stem so that a bud was sticking out and put it into the potato and planted the whole thing. About a month later I had a dead rose and a couple potatoes :) Maybe I have a black thumb, but this didn't work for me :( what did work was I put the stem in some water, with a bit of liquid fertilizer, and after a month or so, roots started to form. I had cut the stem about 6" long and took the head of the rose off. That worked great for me. Good luck
I had exactly the same result as Betsy, I think there must be more to this than just putting it in to a potato. I can understand it sounds possible, but I have never had it work for me either..............Sorry!!
check that pin https://www.pinterest.com/pin/361695413821300942/