Re-potted cheese plant- in need of help!
I 'rescued' a cheese plant which had been left outside for a while at school.
It is quite a large plant and lots of the leaves were curling and had large brown patches on them. I decided to take the stems of these leaves off the larger stems.
I also repotted the plant into a larger container.
The remaining leaves I had hope would flourish, but are now wilting away too. I had watered it well when repotted, but left the soil to dry out.
I think... I think these are my mistakes- wanted to check if I have done the wrong thing and then what I should do to save it!
1) Taken too many leaves from it, leaving thick stems and roots.
2) Repotted it too roughly, shaking the earth from the roots.
3) Taken the leaves/stems off and then repotted it at the same time- i.e too much of a shock.
I have been mindful to leave it in a relatively sunny room and have started misting it- should I be doing this daily?
Any help or comments would be greatfully apprecitated!