So last week I got this plant for my new apartment. It receives bright indirect light to the right of my window(which gets eastern morning sun),is misted about 5 times throughout the day, and is watered only when the soil is almost dry. I also live in western Washington,but have no idea how much moisture actually gets inside the apartment, as I don't open windows in winter!
This is one of two plants I bought,and they're my first! I am quite scared that it might not be happy but I don't know what signs to look for.
Below is a picture of the full plant. The lower leaves are drooping and I am wondering if this is normal.
The below picture is a zoom-in on a leaf. I would like to know what type of Dieffenbachia this is,and if the waviness on the edges of the leaves are normal.
There was also a break in one of the upper leaves,and I cut it without thinking about it too much. Here is a picture of my cut,should I go down deeper and do it differently?
Any other tips for this plant would be greatly appreciated.