Posted 10M ago by @cacteye

any advice to revive this mimosa?

got it on sunday 28th and been keeping it on a northeast facing window. watered on the day we took it home and found it looking like this this morning, any advice on bringing it back to life?
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 9 months ago
Looks like it needs more water. Found this on the web: Watering - πŸ”ΈπŸ”ΈπŸ”Έ
Near-continuous moist soil is mandatory for Mimosa situated in bright locations. Once the top quarter dries out, give the plant a good dose of lukewarm water, avoiding a pool of water to accumulate underneath. Never directly pour cold water into the soil as this will only anger the roots, resulting in flower loss and weak growth. Under-watering symptoms include crispy grey leaves, leaf loss, over-crowding and stunted growth - if there's is a total loss of foliage, scroll down to 'Common Issues' for more information. Over-watering symptoms include the lower leaves rapidly turning yellow and dropping off, a collapsed stem and possible plant death; these issues are usually caused by too little light, standing water and too low heat.
Same story with me just now! How’s is yours doing?! Praying watering will perk her back up