After years of idle neglect, I finally took on the task of re-potting my 13 houseplants. Fresh new fertilized soil, ties, stakes, the works. I even brought my thyme and epazote in from outside and hooked them up with some nice kitchen window digs.
However, I'm at a loss about what to do for my poor chefflera.
It has absolutely splayed in three different directions and I don't have the first clue how to stake it or trim it or whatever the hell I need to do with it to get things under control.
A rear view:
Cheffleras are supposed to be bushy and cute. Mine's all gangly, and not exactly the first place I lead guests on a tour of the apartment.
Any botany enthusiasts out there know what to do? I didn't find any help via Google on how to recover a chefflera after 8 or 9 years of just kind of letting it do its own thing.