Why is my croton plant drooping?
Crotons prefer their soil to stay consistently moist. Be sure you’re not over or underwatering your plant. Keep a consistent watering schedule–water when the top 2”-3” of the soil are dry. If you accidentally let your Croton’s soil dry out completely, you may see leaves go limp, droop, and possibly drop.
How often do Crotons need to be watered?
It can be daily or weekly because you should never let the soil stay dry for an extended period. However, check if the soil is dry before watering to avoid overwatering and root rot. Keep your Croton plant evenly moist in the summer. The ideal humidity range for your Croton plant is between 40% to 80%.
Can you revive a croton with no leaves?
In most cases, croton ‘Petra’ will survive after leaf drop if given the proper care.