Can someone help this plant?
I've had this green spider plant for around 3 years. It's always done really well. Two months ago, we had to move, and ever since the transport, it's been going downhill. Its leaves are becoming really grey, dull and droopy, but I see no webs or insects (other than fruitflies). Some bottom leaves are wilting yellow, and drying out. The tips of the leaves are drying as well.
At my old place, it received the perfect amount of indirect light, whereas here, facing south and east, it's been getting fried in the morning. I've changed its location, but it's also standing in somewhat of a draft... Can a draft damage a plant like this? What does it say about its water needs, maybe I'm just stupidly over or under watering? I've also never fertilized until just before it started looking bad with miracle grow all purpose water soluble stuff. Could that have been over-kill?
If you can't already tell I'm pretty new to keeping houseplants, so any help on reviving this little guy would be much appreciated!
Btw, is this even a spider plant?