After a full week indoors the plants went back outside today. This really is better for them and will give me a second chance to get new saucers and other protective devices so that they do not drip over the floor. One thing I am going to try is the watering globe. These not totally unattractive objects are suppose to water the plant as it is needed without giving ann excess amount. The only problem that I can see with this is that there may be a build up of residual salts in the potting material. As a general rule it is necessary to water the plant well so that the water comes out the bottom, and this flushes out any salts. Too much reliance on the perfect amount of water, may, in the long term, be more harmful than the trial and error version.
Still, it is worth a try and I will see what happens.