Re: advice on a monsterous houseplant
I think I might take the simple approach... Take some wet spaghnum moss in
a small soup bowl. Place next to the plant with at least one node laying
on the moss. The plant will root in the moss. The bowl should hold enough
water to hold over with infrequent waterings. After it is rooted in the
spaghnum, it can be cut and a second plant should flourish.
The rooted cutting may not have a soul but it should grow better....
Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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