Reviving Sans after Repot into Gritty Mix
I divided and replanted my very large snake plant, which was forever ailing in its too wet MG soil, into two pots with gritty mix,
Since that time it's put out some outstanding new growth, much more variegated and healthy looking that the old, curled leaves.
Here's my question: if I cut some of the oldest/tallest leaves from these plants, will that encourage more of the new, healthier growth? If so, how far can I take it? I'm willing to have the plant look bizarre for a while if it can take a hard cutting back.
Here's some photos, where hopefully you can see the diff between the new and old growth: