can these cuttings graduate now?
They tell you to repot most hoyas when they become root-bound. The best-rooted of my cuttings have long roots visible all over the container walls. That's root-bound, I guess. What about those that have only a few visible roots? What's your rule of (green) thumb for when to repot hoya cuttings? Do I need to wait for above-ground growth, or that has nothing to do with it? The best-rooted ones are definitely becoming thirstier, and because they are on a heater, they are sort of difficult to keep properly watered - that is probably as good a sign as any that it is time to repot. Anyway, any rules of thumb are appreciated.
Also, I understand the hot and humid environment of a clear film-covered Rubbermaid container is ideal for rooting and root development, but how do I know when to move my little babies gradually into the normal apartment air where I understand they will be more encouraged to put out stem and leaf growth?
This pic is probably of the best-rooted cutting of them all.