Well, I thought, the conifer people would go crazy over this and I could be a millionaire if I can produce a bunch of these! Of course plants completely lacking chlorophyll are very unlikely to root as cuttings, in fact the chances are zero, so the only thing to do is graft some onto another redwood rootstock or....find some suckers growing from a burl which are reportedly easy to root and nurse graft those. My friend John, shown above, happened to have a young suckering redwood in his garden and brought me all the cuttings from it that he could get and they look like this:
I don't know how likely they are to take but it sure would be great if they did! Time will tell....think I'll go have a single malt!