Drooping Umbrella Plant
I recently received a dwarf umbrella plant that was sent to my family as a gift. The leaves began to fall off and now the ones remaining are very droopy and some of the stalks have become mushy (very soft, wrinkly and droopy) at the top. The coloring of the plant is generally fine (one or two tips have browned a little). The other day when trying to figure out what was wrong two of the stalks came right out of the soil, they were completely unattached. It receives a little bit of direct sunlight in the morning and is in bright light for the rest of the day. I'm unsure if I'm overwatering it, or maybe the soil (MiracleGro) that I have it in is not appropriate. The pot does have a drainage hole. Also, how do I go about pruning? Do I cut off the bad parts of the actual stalk or just eliminate the leaf branches? Any help would be great, this plant really looks pathetic and it's stressing me out!