How do you perk up Pilea?
Firstly, fill up a bucket with room temperature water and soak your Pilea for around half an hour. Then let it drip dry in the shower or sink before popping it back in its pot. Then continue to water your Pilea little and often over the course of a week or two before taking up a normal care routine once again.
What does Overwatered Pilea look like?
Pileas that have had too much water lose their deep green color and instead start to fade from pale green to yellow before the leaves eventually fall off and die. If the stems of your Pilea have become soft and all of the leaves are drooping, this is most often a sign of overwatering.
Why my Pilea leaves are droopy?
Yes, drooping can be caused by both too much and too little water. If your Pilea seems droopy and hasn’t been moved nor underwatered, try having a look at its soil and roots. Does the soil seem overly wet? If so, cut back on watering and see if your Pilea perks up after a few days.