Droopy Old Dracaena
One of my Dracaena Marginatas is 30+ years old, about 6.5" tall and has at least 1/2 a dozen off shoots and branchings. It's been through all kinds of house moves, exposure changes and repottings over the years and has soldiered through every one of them. Although I've previously experienced some leaf loss and stem withering on some of the offshoots, I'm noticing a major leaf drooping problem on just about all the off shoots. (The main stems look fine.) The stems where the leaves are drooping are hardy and not mushy. I even thoroughly inspected the root system (not easy given the size of the plant and the container!) and I don't see any evidence of root rot. The plant is not root bound. I also don't see any evidence of insects. Any idea of what the problem could be? Or is it just suffering from old age?