Looking up

I checked back and last year January or there about, we cut of the top portion of a plant as it had grown up to the ceiling, just like this one. so it's time to do it again. the cut off stem goes into a large container filled with water for rooting. once there're enough roots, it gets replanted. I might have to give it away this time, as I already have one in our living room. the original one is situated in our dining room corner in front of two windows.
Pretty plant and a great shot for the theme. If this is for the weekly theme, I notice your tag seems to be incorrect. It should be theme-up
posted February 9th, 2018  
@mittens Marilyn, there are two themes going...one is theme-up and the other one is looking-up. click on looking-up and you'll find a lot of nice pictures.
posted February 9th, 2018  
@bruni Oh my, thanks for letting me know, Bruni. I didn't realize that. I'll check into it.
posted February 10th, 2018  
My gosh, it has really grown tall. Beautiful capture of it. Thank you for the link, will try to check it out later.
posted February 10th, 2018  
Wow! It is so healthy. It is interesting you can cut the top off and it will keep growing.
posted February 10th, 2018  
@henrir Henri, thank you for your comment. yes, plants a amazing. not only will it keep on growing where cut off, but also the cut off stem will get new roots while being kept in water. we used to do the same with a Dieffenbachia plant years ago.
posted February 10th, 2018  
We even got it blooming a several years ago.
See: https://365project.org/pyrrhula/365/2011-05-02 Ours is more than 40 years old. Great shot and explanation.
posted February 10th, 2018  
What a great looking plant. Looks like it is happy there and will be the start to someone elses plant.
posted February 11th, 2018  
Awesome shot
posted February 13th, 2018  
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