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I planted a small (3/5 inch pot) Fatshedera 'Angy Star' this past spring on the shady trellising under my deck. It grew and grew straight up to about 6 feet with out branching. I guess I should have headed it back close to the ground to promote branching. At this point what should I do to coax it to branch out to cover more of the trellising? Will it normally branch on its own, or is heading back required?
Also is this plant difficult to propagate via cuttings, which I'll have available if I remove the top.
gardengal48 (PNW Z8/9)