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parismom
Hopewell, NJ

November 22, 2012
5:38 AM

Post #9339731

i'd like some suggestions on how to keep this arrowhead philodendron more compact. it's way too leggy and not at all attractive.

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ecrane3
Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

November 22, 2012
11:50 AM

Post #9339976

It might help if you could post some pictures & say a little more about the conditions you're growing it in. My guess would be that it's not getting enough light, that is a very common reason for houseplants to be leggy. If you don't have a brighter window you can put it in, you might try augmenting your natural light with a fluorescent shop light or something along those lines.
purpleinopp
Opp, AL
(Zone 8b)

November 23, 2012
6:11 AM

Post #9340424

Cut off the parts that have gone astray. Likely, you can make new plants from the removed pieces.

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