This plumeria had rotted in the spring from too much water too early. The stem was pulled from the soil and left for dead. About a month ago, while visiting my folks, I took it to try to revive it. I broke off the rotted portion ( which practically fell off), wet the end, dipped in rooting hormone, and planted in cactus mix with added perlite. Over the past month it has only looked better. No softness, no blackening. Still wrinkled, but not as much as before (I think, no worse anyway). Well the growing season is coming to an end, and I'm not sure what to do. Do I pull it out to check for roots? Pull it out and save it plant again in spring? Leave it where it is, and cut off water when it comes inside for winter ? The only part that actually looks healthy is the last two or so Inches of the stems. Will a stem that short root if all else fails? Inquiring minds want to know. Thanks.