Re: Time to separate the pups for the Spring
Phil, pot them up in a well draining soil, water them daily or better.
Mix a lot of humus and organic matter, compost, etc. into the soil.
That step is very important!
Don't trim anymore roots or leaves from here forward.
If you need to trim the leaves to keep the plant aesthetic, wait until they are dried and crispy brown!
In a few weeks, the plant should be better than ever.
Maybe offer it a somewhat shady spot, too, but with at least a little bit of sun.
Sulking or weeping leaves is common right after you cut the plant, it's amazing how fast it can happen, though! Makes you realize that in fact there's a lot of things constantly happening inside the tissues of the plant!