How often should I water a Wandering Jew plant?
You should water your wandering jew plant only when it needs it, rather than doing it on a set schedule. Check the the soil weekly, and give it a deep drink when it feels dry 1″ down.
Why are my leaves curling over?
“Plants can get heat stress from being exposed to too much direct light or heat – to counteract this, they try to conserve moisture by curling up their leaves,” explains Richard Cheshire, Patch’s plant doctor.
Can curled leaves go back to normal?
Curling leaves happen, and they’re not difficult to fix. If you spot them, check your plants’ water levels, soil, lighting, and leaves for any pest infestations. Once you fix the potential problem or simply pluck the curled leaves, your plant should start looking as good as new in no time.