A Way to Cut, Prune or Snip Back your Indoor Vining Plants


In this clip, I demonstrate how to cut back a philodendron in a hanging basket. Some of the vines should be cut back, from time to time, a little or a lot, depending on their condition, or else they become unsightly. Even the most disparaging-looking and unkempt vining plant can be restored to a healthy beauty like the Nephtytis here. (See the clip “Meghan & the Nephthytis” to see the condition I first saw it in.)

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Please feel free to ask questions about your plants in comments.

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