This is a parvi hybrid that I got a couple of months ago. It was perfectly healthy with many thick roots, but...The plant was growing this smaller new growth way down below the base of the plant. I wasn't sure if I had to bury that and encourage the "stem" to develop roots or leave as is. I added a little bit of moss loosely hoping I would be able to save the new growth and encourage the stem to send out roots. Well, the plant did attempt to make some new roots off the stem, but they would stop at very short length. Then about month ago, I noticed the entire top growth was going very limp. The roots were perfectly fine and the little new growth was also in great condition. It was rather confusing as to what was going on. The situation got worse and worse slowly, and just last week, it was obvious that the plant was somehow terminating the main growth and focusing on the smaller new shoot as that part was firm and was also growing a new leaf. Just today, I was running my finger across the limp top growth and it just fell off. No rot or anything. and right below the point where the top growth fell off, there was a very small brand new growth starting. I guess the plant wants to start over somehow. Now, the limp top growth has these two small nubins that would develop into roots. My hope is slim, but just for fun, I would like to see if this thing could survive. Unfortunately I ran out of sphagnum moss, so I have this plant inside a zip loc bag with moist tissue paper at the base.