Should I repot cuttings?
Ok guys I have all of these cuttings from the garden show. They are going crazy with inflos and developing leaves. My problem is that none of them have developed roots yet. I have randomly check several, as I gang planted them in a couple of big pots. I have yet to see a root, but don't want to disturb them unless absolutely necessary. especially with this huge heat wave we have had!
Is this normal? I have read this happens. Am I worrying too much? Or should I repot into smaller containers, i.e. Bill's idea of bottles, or just read about using baggies (see So. California Plumeria Society's website and PowerPoint slide, their meeting today is about it, but it takes me over 2 hours to get there!).
Previously I didn't kniw any better, and just put them in a pot and watered them like I did all my other plants. I just assumed pleaves and inflo meant roots. Now with so many