Might want to loosen up that soil with a bunch of partially-composted pine bark fines, 1/8-inch gravel, and perlite. Seems awfully compact and moist for a potted plant. You shouldn't be able to squeeze the soil mixture with your hands and form a solid ball. It should just crumble apart in your hands when you try to do that. This allows the roots to become strong and hardy. The potting mix should feel slightly damp to the touch, but not soaking wet. Watering with a diluted/weak non-organic 12-4-8 or 9-3-6 fertilizer solution along with the same volume of water on a very regular basis (e.g. every 3-5 days - whichever works for your climate/container/plant) is a good practice. Potted plants love routine. Forget about them after being consistent for awhile and they will begin to stress out.