Many years ago I started growing Den. anosmum on the bottom of pots. The reason was that an adult plant with full sized canes (three to four canes, each four or five feet long) would pull the pot into its side and make watering difficult. Then I started growing them in wire baskets. This is Den. anosmum "touch of class". Its single adult cane was bent, probably due to being moved from one place to another in relation to the main light source during the growing season. I decided to grow it on the underside of a wire basket. It responded well and initiated two growths at the same time. This year's canes still have to grow a bit to match the largest cane it has but they will probably get there and maybe grow a bit more by December which is the end of the growing season for anosmum locally. You can see the many roots the plant sent into the basket.