Posted: 19/05/2017 at 17:31
I don't think there's too much wrong with it in that photo to be honest!
There's a few damaged looking leaves on the right which could be from a broken stem, or a bit of general water/weather damage. I'd just take those off. Now that you've cut it back, it should improve. I still think it had put on a lot of growth quickly, and then the rootball was struggling to support all of that, hence a bit of pale foliage, and the limp looking stuff in the earlier photos. That quick, early growth would have been a bit vulnerable to any colder weather - fluctuating temps are always a bit tricky with soft new growth on any plant.
It might need a bit of extra food in the next month or two - potted plants are always a bit awkward interms of the right balance of food and water. It'll use up nutrients quite quickly as it's a fast grower too, but don't over coddle it either - that'll make it a softer plant. Make sure it has enough support - you might need to get a tripod of canes and string/wire or something similar in the pot for it to cling on to. I'd pot it into a bigger pot again during the summer if it starts to fill that one. Just check the bottom to see what the root system is like in a month or so and keep an eye on it.
Keep us updated anyway.