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#405685 Apr 25th, 2020 at 06:44 PM
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just transplanted it because the soil would stay wet for two weeks. Now the soil is a fast draining soil. I moved it in front of a window (out of direct sunlight). But the leaves are curling downward and its not bushy.

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It's just transplant shock....water it when needed and it should start to liven back up soon.


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