TxKingfish said:First thing you gotta know is they don't like wet feet, so fast draining medium is a must. The first sign of too much water is leaves drooping and turning yellow. If it's new, I'd take it out of that soil now and re pot. It's easiest to do a mix of a good potting soil and 30% to 50% Perilte. A test for good drainage is to pour a cup of water(in a 1gal pot) and if you see it draining shortly then your good. It's ok to let them dry out a bit between waterings. Do yourself a favor and get a moisture meter from a box store. They will come in handy for sure. They really thrive from heat from below and most like a few hours of direct sunlight. I would start out in a plain plastic black pot --they absorb heat good which the roots love. Sometimes they can be slow bloomers- you may not see flowers this season. Use a long term organic Fertilizer- put on once at the beginning of the season and again towards the end. Some people swear by certain brand fertilizer but that can be a confusing debate. I would suggest getting one with a high middle number but stay below 45(my opinion). Put a tbls of Epsom salt and add to a gallon of water and water once a month. When the temperature starts to drop, it will lose its leaves and go dormant. It's important to stop watering and bring indoors- cold weather will kill them. I hope this helps.