Cane begonia - Rooting stems?
I have a pretty pink cane begonia that, when I turned my back, grew a cane around 5-6 feet long. Haha, I don't know when that happened... I guess while I was in school? Anyway, I want to cut it back and need information about how much I can root. I know that I can easily root tip cuttings, but what about a mid-section of the stem? After I cut off 8-10 inches from the top, I'm still left with a four-foot stem. Will cuttings from the middle root? Do I need to leave at least one leaf on each stem piece? Would these types of cuttings be better rooted in water or in damp soil? It is beginning to turn warm here - lows in the 50s/60s and highs in the 70s/80s.
Here is a photo of the long remaining stem:
Thanks so much for your help!
Carol in Jacksonville