I bought this ice caps creeping fig in September, and it's just not doing very well. The leaves are very dry and brown looking, and I haven't seen any new leaves since shortly after we got it; I'm not even sure if it's still alive.
I've been using a soil moisture metre to water it when it drys out, but ensuring it doesn't get water logged. I've tried placing it where it would get direct (through frosted glass) morning sunlight, and then moved it to where it only gets indirect indoor light.
This is actually the second creeping fig which has died here. Both the plant label and websites such as Gardenista have said that creeping figs are meant to be pretty hardy, growing in any light and apparently even doing fine in "drought conditions".
Any ideas what could have gone wrong, and if there's anything I can do to bring life back to this little plant?