I'm just getting into gesneriads. I bought some AV's and an episcia from a nursery a couple of weeks ago. The episcia was un-named, and hasn't bloomed yet. It has started growing already, and the leaves have gotten more color, especially in the young ones. My question is, I just watered it yesterday, it really sucked up a good bit, (peter's fertilizer in the water). The youngest leaves are pretty curly now. The plant still looks very healthy, just the curly leaves. I used tepid water. The only thing that has changed in the last bit, is I moved it over to the other side of the window, where it gets a little stronger light. This is a western exposure, with an extra window screen attached to the inside. It is sitting right on the windowsill. It seems happy, as it responds to the light.
Is the curling leaves a sign of too much light or water?