I have some serissa cuttings i have been growing out for a little over a year now, and have been told a couple different things about pruning them. I am wanting to get larger, but have to bring them indoors for the winters. Should i let them just grow all out with no pruning to gain size? Or, should i prune the long shoots back. I have been told to cut the long whips back. Any experts that can help would sure be appreciated. Heres a pic of one of them. It was about 1/8" thick when i took the cutting in october of 09'. Now its almost 3/4" at the soil, so they seem to grow pretty quick.