Callisia fragrans broken stem
My Callisia fragrans has been growing really well this summer so far and sprouted so many baby stems. But today another bigger plant fell on top of it and broke the main stem. In my panic, I cut all the baby stems still on the broken-off main stalk and put them in water, and then took out the leaves on the last few inches of the broken-off main stalk and put that in water.
I was wondering if I should keep them all in water like this until it roots (I read somewhere that doing that works) or if it'd be better to put them all straight into soil. I have Miracle-Gro potting mix and garden soil if that makes any difference. If I put them all into soil, should I start with smaller pots for the baby stems? Or combine them all into a bigger pot? I know the main stem should get its own. Also, will anything grow where the main stalk broke off? I'm sorry there's so many questions (I didn't even know what plant this was until a couple days ago)!