I have a peace lily that is completely drooped over. All the stems are hanging over the side of the pot. In the past when this has happened, it's been because it's too dry, and not soon after I water it, it's back up. But it's been drooped like this for weeks now. I probably have been watering it less than usual lately--is that the most likely cause? Here's the history on this peace lily: The plant is about 7-8 years old. It's not big--probably only 10 inches tall when not drooped over. I repotted it this spring, as well as cut off a number of leaves that had brown spots (my cats have chewed it in the past) and it's in a pretty big pot for the size of its roots. Too big, actually. This summer, we moved to a new house. About 2 months ago, I moved it to a new spot in the new house where it gets a lot more sun than it used to. Not long after that it started drooping (but that's also when I slacked off a bit on watering it). So what's most likely making it so unhappy? 1. not enough water 2. pot too big 3. too much sun 4. leaf damage 5. it's just old and dying Thanks for your ideas!