Oxalis drooping, leggy, no blooms!
I am brand new here - and so excited about all the information I am finding. I can easily see my entire day slipping away while I read on and on about every plant out there!
I searched for answers to the issues I am having with my Charmed Wine (plum colored version of Oxalis with white blooms) but what I came across was sometimes contradictory and none of it hit on my main troubles. So, thanks in advance for any and all advice and here goes...
I bought this plant about 6 weeks ago and he was full/lush with three or four blooms. He pot was about 8 inches and his health seemed great. I replanted him into a 12" hanging basket, put him in my sunroom (lots of diffuse sunlight all day) watered him well until he seemed established and then backed off on it a bit. Now he looks awful. His limbs are drooping, none of the faded blooms were replaced and his purple coloring has turned patchy in some places. I have noticed a few bits of new growth but he is just not healthy anymore.
I guess my questions are - does this seem like too much light? Too much water or both? If not enough light, should I put him outside? I am in Atlanta and it is HOT right now - 97 degrees today - and I am unaware of their heat tolerance. Should I prune him back and if so, how far back is safe to do? Is it possible he is going dormant as I have read these plants do sometimes?
Again, thanks for your help!