Thanks for the endorsement, Dianna!
Caring for indoor potted plants
is very different than caring for plants
outside, so don't feel badly.
are not easy plants
, even for experienced houseplant folks. They are very particular about proper soil moisture and they do require a lot of light and increased humidity also helps. Finally, they are very sensitive to excesss minerals in the water and soil, especially fluoride.
If you can post a photo or e-mail one to me at wcreed@HorticulturalHelp.com that would help a lot.
In general, your Ti should be in a small pot and located on a sunny windowsill. The top inch of soil should dry out in between thorough waterings. If your local water is on the hard side or fluoridated, use filtered, distilled or rainwater instead. Do not fertilize or use perlite (a source of fluoride).