One of my Neps is currently recovering from a beyond-bad growing location. It seems to be doing a lot better in it's new location, however the growth point is somewhat stuck at the moment.
Super apologies for not being able to take a pic of this, but I'll try my best to describe it.
The previous leaf died back, however 'caught' the growth point of the stem by some how curving around it. Now the stem is growing in an upside-down U shape. I feel it's really critical that this growth point develop normally as the plant will most likely not survive without it. What do you think I should do? I'm thinking I'll either try to pluck it free (it might some how be connected to the other leaf, not sure how its holding it) or worst case cut it as far as possible. I'm just worried how tender the point is to damage.
This is a Rafflesiana by the way.
Thanks for the advice. If I can nab a camera I'll post a pic of it.