Getting cuttings back into soil
I was out of town last summer and left a coworker watching my AFs. They were over-watered, and very sad when I got home. I cut off their heads and re-rooted them, and got one back into dirt and it is gorgeous! The other looks good, too, except when I try to put it back into dirt. Twice now I have tried to transplant it, and after a couple three days it's all droopy and sad. I put it back into water and after three or four days it's all happy again.
I got a new bag of violet mix. It has a great rootball. It makes no sense to me why this plant is happier in a bowl of water than a pot of dirt. I'm no expert, but I've had violets for years, I'm not a total newby at it.