I have propagated three stems of a Moon Valley plant (Pilea Mollis). They all have developed roots but when I placed the plants in soil, they are slowly dying. Actually one of the stems actually withered. Good news is that there were two new shoots that "popped up". But those shoots are growing so slow. As soon as the new leaf comes out, it withers. It seems to grow a millimeter a week. I was expecting about a centimeter a week. Am I expecting it to grow too fast? I water them upon the soil being dry to the touch. I placed the plant at a south window (all of my windows face south.) And partially open my blinds for it to get some sunlight. (it calls for indirect sunlight and I still don't know what it means for indirect sunlight) My next door neighbor was actually the one who placed the stems in the soil. She had treated the soil with Miracle Gro prior to planting it. Was the Miracle Gro too strong for it or was it not suitable to begin with? Thanks for the input.