Little new camellia japonicana drooping leaves
Hi, I have bought a Camellia japonicana, and I prunned it so that I got two tops, 10cm each, which I kept in water several days and then I planted them in two pots, 2 weeks ago. I keep them indoors. They both have roots now, and one of them is very healthy. The healthy one has 3 big leaves and 3 small young brances, around 4 cm each and with 3-4 little leaves each. The other camellia has only one big leaf and two branches, with 3 and 4 little leaves respectively. The problem is that this one doesn't seem to be very well, as all the small leaves started to curl and droop. I keep the soil moist, and I don't know what's wrong. First I kept it away of direct light. As the leaves started to droop I moved it on the windowsill of a window oriented towards west, so it had full sunshine, but it didn't seem to recover. Now I have it 1 m from an eastern window, exactly where the healthy one is but still no change. Please tell me what would be best for it. Should I keep it like this and wait? Should I just remove some small leaves? The big leaf is healthy. Thank you!!!