Over Labor Day I helped repot the toxic plant collection at my Alma Mater. I cam home with more houseplants and cuttings than I ever thought possible. This is good and bad. For one, none of the plants were too happy since they hadn't been repotted in 5 years and then they've spent a week on the east side of my house until I can find time to do something with them. I just moved them around this evening to better light for each of them. Some of them are having a lot of trouble:
The Dieffenbachia has lots of yellowing leaves and is droopy. It is very lanky from years of insufficient light.
The holiday cactus (can't remember latin) is just plain funny looking. I want to prune it but I'm not sure if it's wise.
The Philodendron selloum (I think) is really floppy and tall. All 7 of the leaves are the same height and they can't stand up on their own.
And I have the top bit of a Dracaena of some kind. It seems to have tried growing in a corkscrew to get to light or something. It is very difficult to keep the pot upright.
I plan to take pictures of everything soon. Basically I'm just rambling because nobody IRL knows what I'm talking about. LOL!