Propagation question- from cuttings
Over the winter I had the lack of garden blues and went kind of overboard starting seeds in the kitchen (they took over!) I attempted to propagate a few passiflora from cuttings and had mixed results so I decided to focus on what was doing well and try again during warmer weather (which is now- it'll be in the 80s this week!) I'll be picking tomatoes within about 2 weeks but the last of the passiflora got pushed to the back and neglected.
One is in my favorite 50s pink McCoy planter and I thought I'd use the planter for something else so I tipped it on it's side to get the soil out- and it has roots. Now, it's basically a brownish green stick with roots. it lost all of it's leaves.
Is it magically going to sent out shoots from the leaf nodes, will something come out of the ground or is it just going to remain a stick with roots and I'd be better off just trying again? It's a reather thick stick- it may be a Granadilla, which I'd hate to give up on if there's a possibility of something happening with it.
Any and all thoughts are welcome!