How to pot up rooted rose cuttings

In this video clip, Monty Don demonstrates how to pot up rooted hardwood cuttings taken from roses.

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Discover how well rose cuttings can develop in just 12 months, as Monty Don takes stock of his one-year-old plants. He explains how to tell if they're well-rooted and ready to pot up, and shows you how to do this without damaging the delicate roots, in this short video clip from Gardeners' World.

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