Impatiens drooping badly
This has happened to me recently before, and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I have an NG impatiens that I keep indoors. It gets some indirect morning light, and I keep a close eye on it, watering it when it starts to look a little bit less than perky.
But now the leaves are drooping badly. They're soft and limp, not brittle or dry. There are no flowers on the plant. And even the stems on one side of the plant are drooping badly. I just checked the soil and it's damp, but definitely not mushy, I'd say. It's in the same pot in which I bought it (it used to be a hanging basket). If anybody can give me any advice, I'd appreciate it, because I already had one impatiens die on me with the exact same symptoms, and I'd prefer to not have to go through this again.