Please describe a cutting that can be transplanted into its own pot.
We had a few cuttings of N. 'Gentle'. *We placed these in LFS in plastic zip locks and they turned yellow and finally succumbed to some sort of a fungus I presume. They are black now so I presume it is over for these cuttings? *Would that be an accurate assessment?
We also had a few cuttings of N. ventrata that appear to have all rooted. They have been in LFS inside of plastic baggies for around a month. These were handled the exact same way the other cuttings were handled and all of the baggies were in the same window. The N. ventrata cuttings are all shooting out new growth that is nice and green. As a rule of thumb, when should they be transplanted into their own pots?
Also too, does anyone have any ideas why all of the N. ventrata cuttings seem to have rooted yet the N. 'Gentle' did not? Is there something we could try differently next time? Any tips or advice would be very much appreciated so that the next time we try this we don't lose all of one species.