How Do I Fix My Drooping Plants?
When you water your plants and they are still drooping, there is usually something else going on.
Problem # 1: Too much water! You could be over-watering or your soil may not be draining well enough.
Try re-potting your plant in a looser soil and check to make sure you are using the right size planter as well.
Problem # 2: Bugs! Sap sucking insects can cause droop, even indoors.
Look out for aphids, scale, or mealy bugs. If you find any, carefully spray your plants or remove the bugs.
Problem # 3: The plant is just too heavy to hold itself up.
Provide support for taller or heavier leaves and stems.
Problem # 4: Damage
If only one or 2 stems are drooping, check for damage. A bent stem can restrict water circulation.
Clear the kink in the stem and bind it with cheesecloth while it heals.
Problem # 5: Too much heat or sun!
Move the plant to a location with less heat or sun. Give the plant some extra water while it recovers.
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