I was reading Len's comments on [url=https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=21839]this thread[/url] when it struck me that my ficus has HUGE leaves.
I'd been letting it go since I re-potted it and it is thriving. So, I think it's time to start reducing it a bit.
I have some quick questions. Would it be best to do it one-half at a time or all at once? When pruning the leaves off, do I cut them at the mid-petiole like I would a maple?
And, lastly, what should I do with those butt-ugly air roots? Chop them off or let them linger?