This is my first year doing any experimentation with plants. I have successfully germinated a number of vegetables, herbs and flowers since the beginning of March inside my home under a combination of incandescent and fluorescent bulbs (as well as my North-East Facing window during the day). I have decided to propagate a Schefflera plant from a herbaceous cutting that my mother gave me. It is planted about 6 cm deep in a 14 cm pot filled with potting soil (it is a mixture that is appropriate for germination) and enclosed in a plastic bag to retain the moisture. Based on information that I have collected on the internet, these plants like high humidity and bright light during propagation. There is a 60 WATT incandescent lightbulb about 20 cm away from the plant. The soil is moist and the conditions inside this enclosure are as follows: Temperature: 25 deg C (77 deg F) Humidity: 80% - 90% I am including a picture of my plant set up. I would really appreciate it if somebody who is experienced with this plant could tell me whether or not what I am doing is sufficient, or if I am doing something wrong... Advice or comments are welcome... David P.