Flapjack plant about to bloom?
Thank you very much for your super fast reply regarding the drooping of the lowest leaves of my flapjack.
Hovewer, what I learned left me even more concerned. I didn't realize it wasn't normal for these plants to grow in such small containers, I see them in freakishly small pots everywhere on the web, and the roots aren't poking out at the bottom, so I figured it must be how these plants like to be. Now, if I decide to repot it, what would be the ideal shape and size of pot, and what would be the best soil mix? I read differents things anywhere I look... As for your suggestion to stop watering the plant to prevent further growth: what would this mean? At what frequency should I ideally water it if it has to live under the circumstances I am able to provide it in my room?...
You also mentioned the plant may be about to bloom. I've read that these plants only bloom once and then they die. I took a picture of the plant which shows what exactly is going on at the top. I was actually wondering if it may be the case but I am not sure. But if it is what is about to happen, what do I do? I really liked how tall and weird shaped this plant was, this was the reason I bought one, and all the rest looked pretty much the same at the nursery, very symmetric, tall, fleshly leaves in four directions from one thick stem. And now I have to find out this is not how they should look...
Thank you very much again,