Gardening Reference » Gardening in 2002
Thanks so much,
I suggest that you unpot your plant, remove the soil that you added when you transplanted and put the plant back into its original pot. While it is out of the pot you might inspect the roots for signs of rot (soft and mushy) or excessive dryness (dry soil and shriveled roots).
It is also important to get an ID for your plant so you will know what light it should receive and how dry the soil should get in between waterings.