Hi all - I have a (well it was anyway) large split leaf (fiddle leaf) philodendron. I have had it for 40+ yrs. The main root became large and unmanageable so I cut it back - a lot. Guess that must have been the wrong thing to do. The remaining leaves and leaf stalks went away. I am only left with a bit of green at the top. PROBABLY waited til too late in the year to do it?! It has been like this all or most of the winter (kept inside). I assumed the worse, yet it responded to a peat pot tied to an air root. It is actually growing but that is all. Like I said - my big mistake was cutting way too much of the root. Is there something to do to pull a rabbit out of a hat here? It's been big and beautiful and green for a lot of years. Hate to think I have essentially killed it. Thanks for reading.