Rooting a Haworthia leaf
Yeah, I'm an idiot, but this one, sad leaf was lying on the table with some unrelated succulents, and I thought maybe I could rescue it and get a plant out of it.
I've been reading about similar species to this one, and there is a lot of contradictory info. One site says stick the leaves in vermiculite after callousing, and another says don't you DARE stick it into anything or it will rot. Says lay it on top of something and ignore it.
Maybe benign neglect will root it, but it feels pretty neglected to me already. Instead of rooting while sitting on that table, it dehydrated. I don't know that it can take much more neglect. It is very calloused already, but also torn instead of sliced neatly. I'm tempted to just stick it in with my Sansaveria leaf cutting. Can't root any slower than that, can it?
So, who has successfully propagated a leaf cutting of this or very similar Haworthia, and how do I do it?