Last winter we took three cuttings from the damask rose. At first, all three took and thrived, but eventually there were two, and then, just one. But what a one that one is!
It’s been repotted to a large handsome terracotta pot. And has set bloom. This is the third mature bloom. And all from a twig mere months ago.
P.S.: Squirrels were burrowing into the pots to scavenge crocus bulbs, hence the pea netting around the base of the pot. We’ll have to work on finding a more attractive solution.