Streptocarpus - limp leaves!
My "Aweena" is healthy looking and most of it's leaves are perky, but some of the lower leaves are partially limp. Only 3 or 4 of the leaves are like this, they are mature leaves and the 1/3 of the leaf close to the base is ok, it's the other 2/3 is affected. I repotted the plant last weekend hoping that might help, and I inspected the roots and soil wondering if something might be visible, vine weevil larvae or something but no, all seemed ok.
I'm generally good with houseplants but not an expert on Streptocarpus, is this a symptom of a typical problem that perhaps somebody could shed some light on? Any ideas would be gratefully received, thanks in advance!
PS this plant is about 2 years old, which I bought as a very small plug plant and grew on, it's been happy up until recently . . . .