Look Very Closely As He Cuts A Hole In A Potato And Inserts A Stick…

Roses don’t just look nice, they also smell amazing !  Growing them seems complicated, but you don’t need to be an expert gardener to do it. All you have to know is  this simple trick!

With a simple bouquet from a grocery store and a few old potatoes, you can transform your backyard into the rose garden of your dreams!

First, dig a 6-12 inch row in a partially shaded area. Line the base of it with sand to hold the moisture.

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Next, gather your rose stems from a garden or a bouquet.

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Prepare them by removing the leaves and the thorns on the lower third of the stem.

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And now, the ultimate trick! Drill holes in some potatoes and stick a stem in each one.

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The potatoes serve as both food and a water supply to the cuttings as they grow. Place each potato in the prepared row with about 6 inches between each one.

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Then cover them in fresh soil until only a couple of inches are visible. Press the earth down firmly around it.

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In just weeks you’ll have beautiful, healthy roses!

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