I have a beautiful gazania that I stumbled upon by accident in the discard/discount section of Lowe's. There was only one bloom left on a half dead plant, but it was beautiful and I hoped I could salvage the plant. I'm fairly new to gardening and never heard of them before. Well... the plant "took" and has grown beautifully in my yard and has had gorgeous flowers for some time now. I live on Long Island and expect this winter to be as brutal as last year's. I would like to save this plant. Should I dig it up and put it in a pot to take inside for the winter? I read that I could take cuttings, but I never seem to do it right. Help!