Help with benguentensis
I purchased benguentensis last summer and I grow it in a southwest window with no supplemental lighting or humidity. It did not grow until about a month ago when it started sending out vines at two nodes. These died about two weeks ago. Since then, benguentensis has lost the firmness of its leaves and has become papery and sunken looking. I'm concerned that I might lose it. I have not changed its water routine (when dry). The sun is stronger here now and I can't imagine that its getting too much - but maybe???? Ideas?