I have a tom thumb/dwarf strawflower growing in a gallon plastic pot. It's not supposed to get higher than 15 inches and the plant next to it came from the same packet. It only has a few flowers on it, is long and lanky compared to the healthy, shorter, bushier plant next to it with more flowers overall.
The Strawflower's leaves are curling and droopy, and it's a bit bowed over. I'm keeping them inside until it warms up since i started them a bit earlier than i should have.
Some known problems are: Not enough sunlight, and ethylene from the furnace. However, these dont seem to be affecting my other otherwise healthy plant that is right next to it, watered about the same, if not a bit more since it takes in water quicker.
What is wrong with it, and how can i fix it?