Hi Tania, Firstly, please note that the seeds collected from a specific rose are unlikely to give you the same rose that you have collected the seeds from. Most Roses are grafted to take advantage of strong root stock. The rose that is grafted on top of this is done so for its specific characteristics (might this be colour, performance or fragrance) If you are still keen, it is quite a lengthy process and rather than me trying to explain this in a few simple words visit http://www.wikihow.com/Grow-Roses-from-Seed It can be a lengthy process, but if you have green fingers you might be successful (this is how the best Roses are found, lots of patience!) Thanks the Palmers Team
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