Next step for rose cuttings
Last June I took some rose cuttings off a 40 yr old rose. I dont know what type of rose it was. I think it set out as bush, but it climbed right up the wall, and spread out all over the brickwork. It was never fed and hardly watered and its original trunk was gnarled and thick so I have done well as a novice to manage to get 3 cuttings to take.
3 of the cuttings survived UK winter and have loads of leaves, nce and green ad no pests as yet, they are each about 18" tall but are all one long stem, there are no branches on any of them. They were put into slightly bigger pots than the yogurt pots the started in, but now they are in danger of toppling over. I know they need planting into bigger pots but all I seem to be getting is a long thin trunk with leaves and thorns, but no branches and no buds. I followed members advice all last year and its proved right so any further advice is welcomed xxx