Does this clipping have any hope of survival?
I got this single clipping (frosty pink?) in the mail months ago, in a regular white envelope with no protection. It was smashed on 2 sides. As my first attempt at rooting a Brug, I put it in water for awhile, and it did grow roots, probably about a third of an inch long, and several of them. Then I noticed that it had split open on one side, and that worried me, so I put it in a tiny pot of dirt and put it under my domed grow light. Bad idea. It's few tiny leafs started looking really bad, so I took it out of the dirt, and almost all of the roots had shriveled and died. 2 of the tiny leafs fell off. I dipped it in rooting hormone (the white stuff in the pics) and put it back into water, under lights (no dome this time). I think I've probably killed it, does it have any chance? I potted a fresh clipping off of my personal orange plant at the same time under the domed light, and it seems to be doing great, it even has a root.