Planting Rose's could I plant one now and rose bush seeds?

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  • Christina Yates Christina Yates on Dec 08, 2017
    Sorry, Shelley, I don't know what you mean, roses don't produce seeds as such they are grown from cuttings grafted onto rootstock, you may be able to see that at the base of any bush you buy, once your plant is well established then it's worth reading up on the best method of taking cuttings it's quite an art so it would be best to get the experts advice. I've never tried to take cuttings as they often take on the characteristics of the rootstock which is usually wild rose and nothing like your beautiful blooms. By the way, roses prefer a clay type soil. Good luck

  • Vjk15292652 Vjk15292652 on Jun 19, 2018
    Those are rose hips. High in vitamin C. Used in teas, over the counter vitamins, skin creams etc.