You can root the clippings but it is better done in potting soil than in water. Roots formed in water generally die if moved to soil. I suggest bending a section of a vine to wound the tissues and then burying the wounded part about two inches below the soil surface. Keep that soil moist and it will form roots there in a 2 or 3 weeks. Then you can cut the plant away from the "mother plant" and then dig and transplant it.
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