I'm an inveterate plant saver--sometimes i save them; sometimes i don't.
Last spring i bought a hanging basket chock-full of pink petunias, purple verbena, and silver-leaved helicrysum. A month later, all their tongues were hanging out. If i missed a day of watering, all the flowers looked cooked. I divided the planter in half, and both planters limped along. By the end of the summer, one sprig of verbena remained in one basket.
I brought it indoors in September. Now, 5 months later, the pot is full of green leaves and 2 delicious purple blooms.
Our meditation practice can feel very full and blooming after we've put ourselves in the "greenhouse" of a retreat. Then we come home, and life's frictions heat us up. We come dragging home from work with our tongues hanging out.
Re-commit to the regular watering of meditation practice, and within a short time, you too will be blooming.