What kind of light do you have it growing
in? They don't need a lot, but some will help keep the spaces between leaves shorter. I've got mine in an east wondow. Philos are vines and don't get bushy. They just don't. You can loop them around several times as the vines get longer, or grow several vines in the same pot. Older plants
often have several vines growing
up from the root area, but it will always be a vine. If you want to take cuttings, here's how. The places where the leaves join the stem are called nodes. Cut a piece between 2 nodes, giving a cutting with 1 or 2 nodes. Don't remove the leaves from the nodes. Put the cuttings in water, roots will grow from the node. On the parent plant
, a new stem will grow from the last node, sometimes from a node farther down. Good luck with your vine that will always be a vine!