chelsea hoya dying after repotting
Please help save my favorite hoya, if possible. I split up a collection of hoyas into separate pots after I found mealies on one of the plants specifically (bella). That plant will die if it's not already dead.
I love the chelsea, though. The leaves are somewhat dry, but mostly just sort of thin. Usually they feel fat and succulent, but they're now dry and thin. Yesterday, I moved the plants out of a window with a draft (AC) and today I touched the plant and 2 leaves fell off. :(
Yes, I can definitely attest that the leaves are "thin". When I fidget with the leaves that fell off, I can create wrinkles in the exterior skin, similar to human skin. How do I plump this thing back up? Should I drown it indiscriminately in water until it's better?