I have an indoor Dracaena lemon lime plant that I've had for almost a year. There are two plants within the same pot (12in diameter and 10in depth). The plants went through a recent growth spurt (I live in Ottawa and our long winter is finally over). The taller of the two is 2.5 ft tall and grew ~ 11in in the last 2 months. I've noticed that the taller plant of the two has started to lean considerably and I can easily (gently) push a few inches to a more upright position. I'm worried that something is wrong with the roots? It just seems like it needs some support. I'm not able to wiggle the shorter of the two plants, it is sturdy and rooted well. Both plants have nice green foliage and a considerable amount of foliage that crisscrosses between them. I water it when the soil seems dry on the top (once every 1.5-2 weeks at the moment). I water with tap water that has sat at room temperature for at least 24 hr. The pot has drainage holes. I added fresh soil to the top of the pot a few months ago.
My instinct is to add more compact soil around the base of the plant and water it thoroughly in case it isn't getting enough water? I use Vigoro all-purpose potting mix.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!