I have had a very difficult time this Winter trying to get Okinawan Sweet Potatoes to grow (see this blog entry).
With the weather getting warmer, I thought I would try again.
I took some cuttings from the one area of my garden that still had living Okinawan Sweet Potato vines (see picture below).
I took 6 cuttings from the Okinawan Sweet Potato vines. I was careful to choose parts of the plants that looked the healthiest to use as cuttings.
I planted the cuttings into a half whiskey barrel container (see picture to the right).
Hopefully, the cuttings will take root.
I am waiting until I can get Okinawan Sweet Potato plants to grow in other areas of my garden, before I harvest the Okinawan Sweet Potatoes in the Raised Bed shown in the picture at the top.