Posted: 28/03/2016 at 13:52
That's what I thought - I think that if the plant is healthy it will put out some new roots to replace any that have snapped. You just need to keep it propped up until the roots grow and it has firmed up. That may take a while.
Of course, if there is a drainage problem the roots may be rotting off down below and it might be an idea to take this opportunity to dig the container up, improve the drainage and repot in fresh compost - possibly JI3 with added horticultural grit.
What do others think?