I have a cutting I made about a year ago which took root (not sure when, I only realized when the roots were about 2 inches long). I had the cutting sit in a basic water bottle the whole period of its duration (I didn't change the water). The plant species is a Myoporum insulare or a Common Boobialla. I took it out of the bottle 1 week ago. I found a nice bucket, drilled a few holes in the bottom and stuck it in there.
These are the photos I took 2 days ago.
I keep it on an old outdoor chair, which is now just framework. Is it too cold? It gets the direct morning sun then midday it stays under a clear roof which lets a small amount of sunlight through.
The leaves are feeling more dry than an average Boobialla to my understanding. I was thinking this is due to the sudden climate change (water to soil transition).
Also after I took this photo I realised the white stain. Unsure about what that is, maybe just some bird droppings and it slid off.
I really do want this to survive, if you could help in any way would be much appreciated.