The only croton I've ever rooted - this was over a year ago - was a clipping that someone was throwing out at the USF show, so I brought it home and stuck it in a vase with some water and it rooted and I potted it up. Then I got an (unknown) cutting at the June meeting. Since rooting in water worked before, I did the same with the cutting I got in June. It now has a few tiny fragile-looking roots. Should I transplant it into soil now? If so, should it be a mix of peat and sand? Thanks - I would really like to not kill this croton.