WillC said: Dracaena Marginatas do not like their roots disturbed and often react adversely to repotting.
Did you remove some of the original soil when you repotted or did you leave the rootball intact? Does the new pot have a drain hole? How dry does the soil feel and how deep before you water? How much water do you give it?
Thanks for the welcome and the tip, Will! Appreciate the help. These are good questions.
The roots were intact on the older trunks, but I did knock away some dirt when repotting. They had already begun to wilt by this time, and I was afraid of rot. So I was inspecting the roots closely. So they're intact, but relatively loose in the new soil.
All trunks are planted in a plastic pot with 4 drain holes, and then sitting in a decorative pot.
I have been trying not to overwater it! Just so it is moist. I had actually waited some time to water it because I was afraid of overwatering... but they were still wilting... hence what prompted the repotting.
Let me know what you think! Again - can't thank you enough for the tips. I'm trying to become a much better plant owner these days...