It may be Elantine hydropiper.
Nope not it. The leaves are too big to be that.It may be Elantine hydropiper.
It may not be. It's just a best guess. Hard to determine scale through pictures.lol that's right. I've only trimmed it once. Still unsure about it being Elantine hydropiper. The leaves on google pictures look so tiny and mines are a little big.
I'm interested in how this works. Can you explain in more detail what you mean by "altering the hormone balance" or suggest an article/website where I can read more about it?you need to train your glosso. It's not as much artificial selection as it is altering the hormone balance of the plant to produce horizontal growth. Just like you would trim a hedge to get bushier you trim glosso to grow sideways.