Hello everyone. I have a question that I'm sure someone can answer.
I have a corn plant that is about 7 3/4 feet tall and growing
. There are new plants growing
from the bottom, new ones are peeping through and new leaves are sprouting from the top. I need to cut it somewhere in the middle and root that part. It is in a 22" pot, has leaves that are about 14 inches long and 8 inches wide. It is beautiful, but has started to lean, even though it is "tied" to sturdy stakes. I have been told how to cut and root it but it seems to be very complicated and I would need to have wet moss, plastic and some kind of rooting material. Also, I could just cut it and apply the rooting material to both of the exposed areas; however, this would be risky. I don't want to loose the plant. Have any of you cut and rooted a corn plant? I love this plant, it look good in my dining room and I don't want to lose it.
Can anyone help me with this issue?