Flapjack (Kalanchoe thyrsifolia) tipping
I was recently gifted a flapjack which one of my co-workers had at her desk for the past year under flourescent lights. It seems to be very healthy, but has tipped over the side of the pot. I would like to trim it, or clone it, or stake it up. So it can stand tall and proud, and maybe fill outward. But I am not sure what to do. From other posts I have read the babies sound healthier then the parent plants. Could you please tell me how to either 1) prune it back, 2) clone it and re-plant a shorter portion.. or which other options I have? Thank you for your plant wisdom!
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