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I tried cutting  a plantlet & piece of stem with visible root off a parent plant stem, and planting it - plantlet died.  2nd time, I laid the stem over and used hardscape to keep the plantlet roots pushed gently into the soil, waited until it stayed down when hardscaped was moved (I think 1-2 months, it was a while back).  After the plantlet was rooted into the gravel, then I cut the stem and that plantlet lived, I pulled it up and moved it well after cutting the stem connecting the 2 plants.  I use this method with house plants and in the garden, which is why I tried it.  I would think any time after the plantlet has visible roots you could start the process.  I'm sure there are other methods - this is just what I have done.  Good luck.

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