Question: What do I do with my cuttings after they’re rooted?
Answer: Pot them into individual pots filled with a high-quality potting soil. They may wilt somewhat for a few days after transplanting, so be prepared to protect them from hot, sunny conditions until they have adjusted. With some plants, you may want to stick several cuttings in each pot. Low, dense shrubs can be handled that way, but groundcovers especially will benefit from having fuller transplants when they go into the garden.