Question: My plant is droopy. Does it need water?
Answer: Learning to understand plant language is an art. If a plant is droopy, it could mean that it is either over or under watered. Check the soil at the roots, before you water it, to see if its wet. You may need a probe to reach deep into the bottom of the pot. If it’s wet, don’t water it. It it’s dry, then water it enough so that a little bit of water comes out of the drainage holes. It should be good for a couple of weeks.
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