Money Tree - rescued but now out of control - help!
I rescued a Money Tree a year ago, removed 3 dead trunks and cleaned up the surviving 2. There were almost no leaves a year ago, but many new shoots have sprouted from below the trimming points.
They are growing really fast but very long and straggly, so some are hanging downwards under their own weight. Others are thicker but still bending (so they are growing sideways).
Because there's a huge difference between the thick original trunks and the thin new green branches it looks kind of unattractive and I don't know how to trim it now to get it looking good.
The original trunks are about 4 feet tall and the new branches are at least 2 feet long. I don't want the tree to be much taller so I don't want to tie the branches for them to grow upwards. But if I leave them hanging they're really messy and just grow further outwards taking up lots of space.
Can some kind person please suggest a good way to cut/trim/tie the branches?
Thanks in advance.
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