Can I root Supertunia cuttings?
While transplanting some full-size trailing Supertunias today, I managed to knock off quite a few stems with blooms on them. (These things were HUGE and the various long stems were all intertwined and full of blooms.)
Is it possible for me to get these to root? I hate to just throw them away if there's a chance of getting even more of these prolific plants out of the cuttings!
What's the best method? Water in a glass? Oasis / wet florist foam cubes? Potting Mix / Perlite combination? How much of the stem should I put under the medium? Should I take off the blooms and most leaves? How long until they root?
Anyone have any suggestions??? I've just got them sitting in plain water for now -- I was hoping y'all could help me out. If anyone knows the answer to this, it will be someone on GardenWeb!