I have had this African parachuteplant for 2-3 years. It has been doing really well, even blooming during winter months. I decided that I wanted to propegate it since I've never done that before, and this plant particularly felt perfect to start with. I have made one cutting a week ago and there are roots growing, so I've got that going at least.
I am a bit worried about what I should do next. At some point I'm supposed to put it in soil, but I find it difficult to determine when the roots are long enough to do so (I'll try to add a photo to show).
I am also not sure if I have been cutting correctly. The cutting has roots on one end and bulbs on the other. I'm not sure if these bulbs give the plant opportunity to grow, or if they are going to "block" any growth. They didn't look like the bulbs where the roots came out from, so I'm a bit confused as to what this is.
I really want this propogation to work, because it's just such a nice succulent.
Thanks in advance and with kind regards,