|I have been gifted 3 wandering jew clippings. How do I 'root' them, and when to I plant them?
Thank you in advance!
|Wandering jew clippings usually root quite readily if you stick them in a glass of plain water. New roots will develop at the nodes (leaf scars) along the stems. When your cuttings have developed a healthy mass of roots you can pot them up in potting soil and keep them indoors over the winter months. You can enjoy them outdoors in the spring and summer if you'd like.|