Moving leggy plants and pruning their tops aren’t the only tricks you can use to fix them. Air layering is another popular technique that plant lovers often used to rejuvenate the greenery in their homes.
Air layering is a propagation technique, usually used with older plants that can’t be saved any other way. It involves cutting the stems halfway through, sprinkling them with rooting hormone or damp moss, and wrapping them loosely with plastic. The main goal of this technique is to encourage roots to form.