Answer: It may be a few weeks before your plant recovers from the stress of travel and repotting, but as long as it keeps its color and shows signs of growth, it will be fine. It may be that the original leaves will not perk up, but that new shoots will grow strong and straight. You can always stake it up if you find its drooping makes you melancholy. I also suggest that you remove the plant food stakes until the plant shows signs of new shoots -- that's when it will most need fertlizer. Best of luck!
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