Question by  avanthika (23)

How do you start a rose bush from rose seeds?

I would like to start my own rose bush garden.


Answer by  case (1261)

First you need to plant in either spring or fall the seeds. Dig a 3-4 inches hole make sure the soil on the bottom of the hole is loose. You can purchase fertilizer to help at your local plant nursery. Cover the hole back up and water the seeds regularly.


Answer by  Max82 (270)

Refrigerating your seeds for 6-10 weeks before planting will encourage them to germinate. Lightly dust them with Captan before covering with soil. Plant them 1/2 inch deep. You'll want to use a light mixture of 50/50 vermiculite and sterile potting vermiculite. Water them well and keep them in direct sunlight.


Answer by  aenimal (83)

Divide the seeds from the bulb and put them in a plastic bag with moist peat for 2-3 days. After that put them in the freezer for 3-4 weeks. Plant the seeds on sandy ground and cover with gravel, put in a cool place. When first leaves start plant individually.


Answer by  hyperkid (470)

before you can start growing roses 9or a rose bush) from seeds you have to put the seed in a cold moist storage. Once the seeds start to sprout from the storage, you will be able to plant it.

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