I pinched out some tips from a friend's Fuschias in France last month and planted them in some damp soil in a lidded plastic bakery container to bring home (with small hole cut in top) They seem to be doing ok (they look healthy) and some have white thread like roots forming. However, one or two seem to have roots on their stems where there are leaf junctions. Should I sever these and plant separately - thus making two plants from the original one? Presumably I need to wait until there is a reasonable root growth on the cuttings before planting in individual pots? They are on my kitchen window sill but I do have a brick shed I use for potting so they could go in there once potted up. Also, should I leave my various containers of mature fuschias out during winter? (South coast) I have inherited nearly all of them since moving in April. Sorry this question is rather lengthy!