SuperDroopy Pothos in my office
Hello and thank you for taking the time to read my post!
I work for a nonprofit organization, in an office setting and with all the cutbacks on everything they stopped the service that was taking care of the office plants and elected me to the post. Almost all of the plants in the office are Pothos and most of them are very healthy and robust but two of them are extremely droopy and I can't figure out why. I'm going to attempt to upload a photo of one of them.
I've let them dry out completely, I've watered them, I even tried a little bit of fertilizer, but nothing has helped. I took one plant out of the pot and stuck it in a vase with just water. No change.
The most perplexing thing is, they don't seem to be dying. Their colors are good and strong, they're not yellowing or turning brown. They're just droopy - and not growing, there are no new leaves coming in or anything.
Is there anything I can do to help these plants? If not, should I get rid of them lest they 'infect' the other plants?
Any insight is very much appreciated.