Roses have always been among the most favorite flowers of all. Here is an amazing trick that can help you grow them successfully from a rose stem! You can now have a yard full of roses all summer long!
You need:
  • a cut down rose
  • a potato
  • a plastic bottle
  • soil
  • a flowerpot
Directions:
Remove all the leaves from the stem and cut it at an angle of 45 degrees.
Make a hole in the potato with the stem and then shove it in. Make sure it’s well fixed and doesn’t move.
Then, fill 2/3 of the pot with soil and put the potatoes in.
Fill the rest of the pot with soil but make sure the soil surrounds the rose.
In the end, cut down a plastic bottle and cover the rose with it. That will help you create a greenhouse effect.
The first signs of your rose growing again will appear in a week. Now, you can enjoy your rose-filled summer garden!

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