Plant each rose seed 1/4-inch deep, spacing the seeds 1 inch apart in rows about 2 inches apart, or plant one seed in each section of the egg carton. Cover the planting tray lightly with plastic wrap, or close the egg carton lid.
Award-winning article by Master Rosarian Kitty Belendez, explains a simple yet detailed way of growing and hybridizing roses from seed. Complete with step by
When you grow roses from seed, you are essentially developing new varieties of roses. If the rose fruit — called a hip — was produced by bee pollination, you .
Growing roses from seed may prove challenging, since they require a period of simulated cold, also known as stratification, and germinate temperamentally.