Overwatering occurs when the soil is not allowed to dry out. It can happen when the pot doesn’t have a drainage hole, and the roots sit in water.
Underwatering occurs when the soil is allowed to dry out completely, the plant’s tissues lose their stiffness, and the stems and foliage wilt. In this case, the best thing to do is give the soil a good soaking.
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