How to root a dracaena marginata
Purchased a dracaena marginata a couple of weeks ago that had four separate trunks in the pot. I transplanted one of them to a smaller container, but I don't care for the "stick look". I would like to cut off most of the trunk, and stick the top part back in the dirt. Will this work, or do I need to do something special to get the top part to root?