TY, Lin! I don't think it's a cultivar, I think it's a made-up sales name - but for which species (and genus?) The German site had it attached to Trip. serrulata, in the small bit of writing in the search results, but that's hardly conclusive to match pic to name, and trying to find reliable pics of various Tripogandras seems futile.
Cinta, it *will* bloom! It must or I'll have a come-apart! LOL!
I put the cuttings in several spots in the ground to do as much as possible before it gets cold. There were roots already from a couple days in a moist paper towel. Cool! More pics when they look like "something..."