Rose Bush cutting; Cut off a stem of the rose bush with a Y shape to it, cut a wedge out of a large potato, stick the rose cutting into the potato, then plant in the ground. The potato will keep the cutting moist until it grows roots, plus the nutritions from the potato, will feed the cutting.
Plants That Beat the Summer Heat | Verbena...The numerous selections of this flower are some of the garden’s most colorful, useful, and easy-to-grow plants. They bloom in late spring, thrive in heat, and tolerate drought. by britt13