Good article, Threegardeners! Not long ago as I was buying african violets from a lady locally, I noticed that she had about 7 scraggly great big old episcias. She sold them to me for practically nothing. I came home and started many a 6" basket and several vases. A happy camper I am!
Do you mind if i share just a couple? Oh, there is no place to upload photos here. I thank you for sharing a great idea.
A sure fire method to root episcia or african violet cuttings is to use moist New Zealand sphagnum moss and place the cuttings in a plastic, transparent box on a sunny windowsill or under fluorescent lights. With 100% humidity, the cuttings will root faster than using soil and an open pot. You can also do this with a leaf stem and end up with more than one plant. Lowes sells small packages of the moss in their nursery section. Do not use sphagnum peat moss.