- Tue Sep 14, 2021 3:19 pm
If it's not cooking from being too hot, I think at the moment just let it be.
The quickest way to kill one of these plants imo is over-care. Major things are like moving the plant around too much into different environments, repotting, overfeeding, touching too much, etc. That doesn't mean to say they're fragile and difficult to grow, it's kind of the opposite. They just want to be left alone in a consistent environment.
So I think as long as it's not hot your plant will eventually adjust and grow again if you give it some more time. For watering, just keep it moist, it doesn't have to be soaking wet or soggy. As long as it isn't completely dry it should be fine.
Plants operate on timeperiods of weeks and months. So if it's sad, it'll be sad for a week before it starts perking back up. Usually it will be from new growth, where the new growth will have the right amount of wax or anthocyanins or whatnot for your growing condition and all the current growth will eventually die away.