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Philodendron and Branching

I have two vey plebian philodendron vine species. And both of these are
resistent to branch. They are resistent to the point where I think they
basically will not develop side shoots. Pruning the tip gives rise to a
single new meristem at the nearest leaf joint to the tip.

This sounds like an elementary botanical issue. Would somebody please
explain the dynamics here? Is there a trick to achieving a branched plant?

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