anthurium cubense-can I cut it back and get an offset
I have posted here long ago to find information about this interesting plant. Alas it has become quite large and I'm afraid it may get evicted from it's position at the office. It has never put off a sucker or provided seed, even after attempting to pollinate by brush. It is in desperate need of an up-potting/re-potting, and maybe this is a good opportunity. If this plant can produce a sucker and is in good soil conditions, can I just cut the large leaves back, repot and wait for it to recoup? In comparison I know you can do this with bananas all day long. I know that as long as the corm is never destroyed or rotted I will always get a banana plant back. Will an anthurium, particularly this one, react this way? I don't want to lose it as this is actually my oldest plant at nearly 6 years, but something different must be done.