Posted: 20/05/2016 at 15:56
No problem Like I said the cutting material that you have doesn't look the best but these plants do root easily.
Trim off all the flowering shoots. Then look for the the best looking shoots. Cut a 3 " ish stem.Dip the end into rooting powder, you don't need this it can work without. I place the cutting in a pot, water well and cover with a freezer bag.
Place out of direct sunlight, take the bag off in a couple of days. The bag isn't essential either I've just got into a habit of doing this way.
When you are waiting for them to root it seems to take ages, leave them alone if you can until you can see loads of new growth and or roots at the bottom.Good luck hope they take for you