Help! Indoor Datura is looking wilty!
I had a white datura in my garden last summer and loved it so much that I dug it up and moved it into my house for the winter.
After repotting it and bringing it inside it wilted to the point that I thought I had killed it. So, I cut it down to about 1 foot tall and it came back beautifully after 10 days or so. That was in Oct or so.
It has been doing wonderfully and now all of a sudden it is wilting again. The leaves are curling up somewhat and it doesn't look happy. Maybe I am overwatering it???
Is this something that happens normally? I had heard that they are hard to overwinter. It gets light from a window but not alot.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I would love to be able to keep this alive until spring and then transplant it back out into the garden.
Thanks so much!!!