The plant is absolutely perfect. Good genes I think. It's in pristine condition(no leaves dropped, diseased, or got damaged). The main stem looks very sturdy and woody at the base.The only issue with it is the plant is too wide for the light source. It's ok though, I'm putting it outside today . I have good airflow, since I cannot stand not having a fan going despite the temperature.
I plan to put c. galapagoense in there after I move the plants out. The others are also doing well but are much younger. I wouldn't top that species since I would be worried it'd send it in shock. I've never topped any of my wilds.
Hey Dolac. Just want to be sure you realize I was talking to Cartierusm about his plants, not about yours. I quoted you to simply to say I generally agree with your statement, i.e., "I'm against topping and pruning unless there is spacial concern." I wasn't trying to give you unsolicited advice
Glad your plants are doing well - that's great! I'm growing C. Galapagoense this year and enjoying it.