A potato is a perfect vegetable to grow rose cuttings, as it is full of nutrients and supplies moisture.
Your clipping will need to come from a mature rose bush with flowers around 200 mm long.
Once you have your clippings, keep them moist in a bucket of water while you ready your potato.
Trim another 10mm off the end, cutting on the diagonal.
Next, you will need to dip the end in a hormone gel or dust. Alternatively, one gardening expert says vegemite will also do the trick.
Create a hole in your potato that is slightly smaller than your cutting. Plant in the ground with at least three inches of good soil covering it.
For a detailed look at how to grow rose clippings in a potato, watch the video below.