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atalanta | 20:00 Wed 30th May 2018 | Home & Garden
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Last autumn I put several rose cuttings into pots, and quite a few have rooted. 2 or 3 in one large pot and five or 6 in another. Some are from a standard rose, others are from a New Dawn rambler. Should I pot them on separately or leave them as they are ? If I leave them, how long should they stay in their current pots ? They are to be gifts for different people.

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"Keep the pots in a sheltered cold frame or unheated greenhouse until the following autumn, ensuring that they do not dry out"

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This does not tell me if I should now pot up the cuttings separately. I am concerned that the new roots which are now forming might get so tangled that I shall not be able to separate them when the time comes to give them away to different people.

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