hi all. I am by no means a plant expert. In fact, I just ventured into the world of indoor house plants this last year. I bought a creeping charlie (Pilea nummulariifolia I believe) because it looked so full and green, and I was hoping it would drape nicely towards the floor. Basically since I brought it home, many of the leaves shrivel up quickly, turn brown/black and fall off. Every time I remove the plant to water it, tons of leaves just fall off.
I water it about once a week but sometimes twice if I feel the soil is dry. As you can see in the photos, it is hanging between two large windows so that is the light it receives.
I am at a loss for what could be causing it to look so awful. It was very full when I bought it and now looks pathetic at best.
Any tips for saving it?