This is really a question for the ant plant forum, but I know many of you grow these and I spend more time on this forum, so I'll ask here first.
I have a Hydnophytum (unidentified species) that has been growing nicely as a windowsill plant (I'm surprised by its tolerance) but, as a result, has adopted a more or less horizontal growth habit (see below). It is beginning to take up a bit too much space on the grow rack, so I'm wondering if these take well to pruning... has anyone ever tried? I've never seen one branch; my guess is that the cut stem would eventually die, in which case perhaps I ought to prune it close to the caudex?
Alternatively, I may repot it in an orchid basket and hang the thing sideways in another window, the way some people grow phals.