THIS ONE IS PATENT PROTECTED ACCORDING TO MONROVIA: Take cuttings from healthy young stems and cut about 6 inches down the stem. Cut right below the leaf node and strip away the leaves on two sets of nodes. Dip the tip of the stem into a rooting hormone and set it into a damp propagation mix. Water a couple of times a week to keep the mixture moist but not soggy. Keep the cuttings in bright, indirect light out of breezes. The warmer the weather, the faster the roots will grow. After eight weeks, a stable root system should be developing. Transplant these cuttings into an organic potting mix. Add a slow-release fertilizer and continue to let them grow. Once a healthy root system is created, transplant out into the landscape. Take a week to harden off to acclimate them to the weather conditions.