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I have found that they take quite easily, I just pop them in a jam jar of water and 3 weeks later I had a nice set of roots.
Verdun hi to you, Cornwall is God's own county in my opinion and those of us lucky to live here should enjoy the opportunity to garden in a warmer manner.
I cannot remember having any problems with the New Guineas, I did not do anything different from taking normal cuttings. Maybe I had a particularly virulent parent plant?
I have heard that some varieties are less prone to root than others and may need a little rooting hormone. A bit of bottom heat should also help.