Posted: 23/03/2013 at 04:52
Never tried with cuttings, be interested to hear how they take...
Dont have agreen house...had success by layering...
choose a stem close to ground...gently manouvre to bend into ground..once you can see where the stem will touch the earth..scrape the underside to reveal green growth..bury that part or the stem in the soil..peg it down (or use stone to hold into ground)
within a year the new roots will have appeared on the 'scraped' stem and..new plant.
Plant has nutrients from 'mother' plant and soil from the start.
Only have room for one in this garden...it's a beauty