When she was picked up, the pot was light as hell and she looked a bit fried.
Have great sun exposure here and I've just been giving her water as she needs it and a feed of half strength seasol every week. I think she looks a lot better, personally. The soil she's in looks pretty shit house, but I'm thinking a transplant is risky?
Any hints or tips to get her right on track? Pre-flowering seems to be starting up?
Help a newb out, guys?