Hi, Well it really depends on what rose you want to root. With some grafted roses, rooting won't do anything because the plant need a graft to make them strong enough to survive. But older types, especially of ramblers and climbers can often be rooted very easily by burying a section of living cane of the mother plant under the surface of the soil, leaving the tip of the cane above ground. Eventually roots will form on the buried section of the cane and you can separate it from the mother plant. However, unless I know what rose you want to root I can't be too specific. There are hundreds of roses and many different rose types so let me know what exactly you want to root.