What kind of plant is this and what can I do about it sagging? I have 2 sticks in it already with ties around them.
Your plant is a Chinese Evergreen. When Chinese Evergreen Houseplants becomes thin and leggy, prune the stems back close to the soil line. The plant will branch out at the bottom of the stem and along the length of the stem. You can do this one stem at a time or all at once. The top 6″-8″ of the cuttings can be used to propagate new plants. Chinese Evergreens are Poisonous HouseplantsIn her new book, Don’t Feed Me to Your Cat!, plant care professional Judy Feldstein shares information about twenty-five common houseplants, each with various levels of toxicity, and the possible consequences if your pet or child snacks on them. so always wear gloves when pruning or propagating them.