I nearly killed two Indian Rope plants!
I have two Indian Rope plants that were given to me, both with luxuriously long trailing stems.
Allow me to illustrate how much of a newbie I am at keeping plants. When I brought the plants home, I didn't look up their care instructions. Then, because they were both hanging plants, I hung them from the first available spot I could find. From the eaves on my apartment patio. Outside. In JANUARY.
You may all want to kill me by now. The poor hoyas. Work had me in such a flurry, I barely noticed that they were turning brown and wrinkled from the cold and wind! Now, I'm turning over a new leaf (pun intended, sorry!) and trying to be a good plant mother. I brought them inside and put them in my well-lit bathroom.
Now, my question is: What do I do with them? The leaves are all wrinkled, some are brown and dry. Should I cut off the brown dry ones? Wait and let them fall off naturally? Will the wrinkled leaves ever recover? Will the *plants* ever recover? Where do I go from here?
Ideally they will be repotted into nice ceramic pots.
Link to photos here: http://flic.kr/ps/m1y9S
Thank you all for your help from this (hopefully not) hopeless newbie...