Leaf curling: leaf to root ratio?
I bought a b. oldhamii from Home Depot about 6 weeks ago. It was a 15 gallon specimen, the price was right, and it seemed in decent shape.
When I got it home, I realized it need repotting. In the process, I noticed a fair number of old, dead, mushy, unhealthy roots. So I trimmed them off. Then stuck everything in a bigger pot with a fresh soil mix.
Since then, the plant seems healthy, except for one thing: it has probably 20% of its leaves curled no matter how recently or well it has been watered. I can go 3 days with no water, or have it sit directly in the rain, and the result is the same: 20% leaf curl.
Is this caused by having too much foliage relative to the root mass?
Does it need correcting? The plant seems basically healthy except for this.
Will it self-correct in time?
Or is this just something that oldhamiis are prone to do?