So I'm quite a newbie in gardening but I decided to plant a couple chilli plants for the summer because I was very interested.
This red habanero was planted about a week ago and been on slow decline. Right after I planted it there was a whole night and day of rain and I was dumb enough to leave it outside. The other two chilli plants next to it are still somewhat healthy and was either not as affected from the over watering or quickly recovered but when I got home today this habanero was suddenly extremely droopy.
It would be great if someone can confirm that the symptoms of the plant are overwatering and how I can help it recover. I've looked online and followed many of the steps but don't seem to be working. I've put holes in the soil, turned the soil to try and dry it out but nothing seems to work. I think the next step is to repot it into something else and leave it in the shade until it recovers but I don't want to minimise the plant getting hurt in the process and what not.
I'm really hoping for the guy to survive and any input should be great. Thanks in advance!