As I need more plants for new plot, I decided to create my own plant nursery. This spring to do this, I took small pots with good soil and cut a lot of cuttings of decorative bushes, roses, evergreens, perennials.
Since I did not have much experience in growing young plants, I thought that all new cuttings would give me new plants, but it turned out that only a few of them rooted and grew leaves. Now you can see some of them on the garden shelves.
Thujas Occidentalis and Golden globe
Initially, the cuttings of roses were placed in the greenhouse, then when I decided that they were rooted, I moved the pots outdoors. Some new roses look good, others seem sick. The problem is that it is said that only young stems can be used for rooting. Now young and last year's rose stems are growing in pots.
I have the climbing rose Flammentanz and want to do some cutting to root and plant them in the new plot. Now it's so pretty, blooms with big red flowers.
Have you ever grown your own plants? What is your experience?