Man Stitches A Rose Stalk Into A Potato, What Happens Next Is Truly Mesmerizing!

Man Stitches A Rose Stalk Into A Potato, What Happens Next Is Truly Mesmerizing!
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Growing your favorite rose back will never be so hard with this.

I know how frustrating it is for you to struggle while sustaining the life of that blossoming-turned-dying rose your loved ones gave you just last week. Naturally, with all the sentimental and aesthetic value you've associated with it, you want it to stay fresh and alive for a very long time. But then, some ways seem legitimate but do not apply to all cases.

Good thing, though, people with brilliant minds continue to explore ways where one could bring back roses' lost beauty.  It involves some sort of a root crop--potatoes--that appear irrelevant, but in reality, can do too much. Folks, from now on, try to integrate potatoes while re-planting to preserve your favorite rose.

Not satisfied yet? Read these steps and watch the following video supplement.

What you need are the following: rose stalks, potatoes, empty water bottle, water, soil, shovel, pots, knife or drill knob 

What you need are the following: rose stalks, potatoes, empty water bottle, water, soil, shovel, pots, knife or drill knob 

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Prepare your rose stalks and make sure that they're possible to survive

Prepare your rose stalks and make sure that they're possible to survive
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Smoothen the rose stalks by removing excess leaves, thorns, and the likes with a knife. Be extra careful!

Smoothen the rose stalks by removing excess leaves, thorns, and the likes with a knife. Be extra careful!
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Then, prepare a potato or two (one as spare). Make a hole through the root crop, enough for the stalk to be stitched

Then, prepare a potato or two (one as spare). Make a hole through the root crop, enough for the stalk to be stitched
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Place the stalk into the hole. Be mindful of your force as it might break the stalk.

Place the stalk into the hole. Be mindful of your force as it might break the stalk.
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You may also use the drill knob for your convenience.

You may also use the drill knob for your convenience.
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Prepare your pot, shovel, bottles, and soil. Place one-fourth of the pot with soil, of course, by using the shovel.

Prepare your pot, shovel, bottles, and soil. Place one-fourth of the pot with soil, of course, by using the shovel.
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Place your pierced potato on the soil quarter.

Place your pierced potato on the soil quarter.
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Fill more soil in the pot. 

Fill more soil in the pot. 
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Cut the bottom part of the plastic bottle. When done, you may cover the stalk with the cut plastic material.

Cut the bottom part of the plastic bottle. When done, you may cover the stalk with the cut plastic material.
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Water it well, like regularly. After a week, you would witness positive results-- it's growing!

Water it well, like regularly. After a week, you would witness positive results-- it's growing!
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Watch this video for full appreciation of the procedure. Go ahead!

Do not forget to share this magical trick with your near and dear ones.