Polka Dot Plants

Indoor Polka Dot Plant

smoiegirl@hotmail.com added on November 4, 2014 | Answered

This is a picture of my indoor polka dot plant. It sits in a west facing window. It has good height and width, but is not very full. I've tried pinching back the height, hoping it'll fill out, but haven't been successful. What do you recommend?

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Answered on November 6, 2014

Your plant looks absolutely gorgeous, by the way. The nature of polkadot plants is to send out new growth from the point where they are cut; therefore, if you cut a few of the stems almost all the way to the soil line, those stems should send up new growth from those spots to fill in the bottom.

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