Help!! Plant wilted but sprouting again...
My African violet means a lot to me, so since I was going abroad for a month, I left it in the care of my girlfriend.
Since I they're both in Taiwan right now (I am currently back in Canada), the temperatures there are around 30~35C (86 ~ 95F) and it is quite humid outside.
Due to a misunderstanding, my girlfriend left my African violet out on the balcony in the immense heat for about four, five days, and when she checked on it again, all the leaves turned black and it showed signs of wilting.
After I told her to bring it indoors to a room temperature environment (about 25C; 77F), and removed all the blackened leaves from the plants, the it showed signs of recovery. There were a few small leaves that were sprouting from what remained of the plant.
For the past few days though, the edges of the small sprouts started turning a darker shade of brown again, and I can't figure out the reason why.
The plant is currently being watered twice a week, and kept indoors at all times at room temperature.
This plant really means a lot to me, and I really hope it can be nursed back to health...
The picture included is of the sprouts that grew from the remains of the original plant.