This is my first post here, and I believe this is the right place for me to check, as you have very friendly and knowleadgeble forums!
I've had a small house plant for about 10 years. It has been going strong most of the time (with a few ups and downs), but recently it started to lose its leaves, and it is in bad shape now, with only a few leaves left. We changed it to a new pot and everything, but it didn't seem to help. Today it looks like a couple of tiny new leaves are starting to grow, but I'm very concerned that I'm not following the right steps to save my little plant.
After all this time, I still don't know what kind of plant it is - I am attaching a picture of when it was doing very well, with lots of leaves. The leaves are green and small, and occasionally it has also tiny white flowers and red fruit (which I have been told are not tomatoes).
I am going to buy a new vase today and ask for some tips at the plant shop, but if anybody here can help with any suggestions, it would be great. Also, if you know what type of plant it is, I'd love to find out.
Sorry about the "wall of text", and thanks in advance for your help! I love my little plant, and I want it to get well again.