Growing Roses from ANY cut rose! take a cut rose (at least 6in long) and put in the ground or in a pot about 2in down. put a mason jar over the top place in full sun for 2 months or until it starts to sprout. will have a new rose bush! (Just tried this after husband's grandmothers funeral. but was told this works well and that this way we can preserve a part of her from the funeral.)
Angelonia Serena – a tough plant that blooms all summer long with blooms that resemble a snapdragon. Angelonia loves full sun and the hot, dry conditions of summer. They are resistant to disease, & make great cut flowers. Compact enough for both container and border plantings. If you want a prolific blooming, hot weather (but humid tolerant) plant, try Angelonia.