reviving scaevola plants

reviving scaevola plants

I recently bought two scaevola plants that looked a little neglected. Because of that, the store was selling them off at $2 per, so I couldn't resist. I've cleaned off all of the dead matter and have been giving them plenty of water and fertilizer, and have moved them to a nice sunny spot. They're already looking much perkier; however, some of the longer vines on the plant still look quite limp and droopy. Is there anything else that I could/should do to revive the plant? TIA for any suggestions.
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