Tall Dracaena Massangeana (Corn Plant) Needs Help
I've had my corn plant for nine years and it has grown to it's current height of approx 15 feet tall. It is a beautiful plant/tree and the first thing everyone notices when entering our home. Over the years, I've always had to remove brown leaves and cut browning tips, however, recently the amount of browning seems to have multiplied. I'm very concerned about this. In addition, when I water the plant some of the water seems to go directly to the pan and the soil is not holding much of the water. And finally, over time two of the three trunks started leaning in one direction and the shorter one leaning in another direction, so now it looks as though it may tip over very soon.
I'm not quite sure how to correct the problems so I'm looking for advice on the best solution to stop the browning and straighten the plant.