This November I tried something new. I place 6 cuttings inside a 5 gallon bucket and covered it with a white garbage bag. The cuttings were taken on 11/8/19. They vary in diameter from slightly smaller to slightly larger than a pencil. The cuttings were rooted in fine Turface. The bucket was placed in a room with lots of artificial light. The room gets to about 75F during the day and 65F at night. At least once a week I removed the garbage bag to water and inspect. Today, 12/14/19, I removed the garbage bag permanently but will leave the cuttings in the bucket to let them acclimate to a less moist environment. All of the cuttings are still green and have lost no leaves. Five look solid, when I wiggle them they feel firm. One does not and I suspect it has not rooted and only stayed green due to the humidity. Several have roots out the bottom of the pot and several have thrown aerial roots. I have rarely had cuttings throw aerial roots. I will let them continue to grow in these pots until spring or later. In my experience if cuttings are left in Turface too long they form dense mats of Turface and roots that are difficult to ease apart when repotting. So it is better to repot before this happens. In the flexible plastic pots I used you will see the sides bulge if they are left too long.