Q.Aerial Roots on Cheese Plants
I have inherited a Swiss cheese plant which needs some TLC. It is about 10 feet high. First, it needs cutting back (which I think I know how to do). Second, it has loads of aerial roots which make it look untidy. Can I cut these back as well?
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It is not recommended that you remove the aerial roots. If you prune them, you can open the plant up to disease. If possible, give them something to cling to, like a moss covered pole. This will keep them controlled and less unsightly.