Stem Cutting: In early spring, take a Fuschia cutting, using sharp pruners to remove a tip measuring 4-6 inches off the vine with two sets of leaves. Place in a vase with water to root. Change the water each week with filtered, bottled, or tap water sitting at least 24 hours. After 3-4 weeks, check to ensure the stem has 1-2 inch, well-formed roots. If so, it's time to plant. *Fill a small container with drainage holes (too large of a container for the cutting will make it challenging to regulate watering needs) using an indoor well-draining potting mix. Mix a little rooting hormone into the soil. Plant the stem and roots and tamp the soil down around it. Place a clear plastic bag loosely around it to help it root faster. Water the plant and keep it in medium indirect sunlight. After 4-6 weeks, the roots should establish.