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Why Are the Leaves Falling off My Bonsai Tree?

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Bonsai trees defoliate due to natural environmental changes like low-light or dehydration. They can also drop leaves due to insect infestation eg Meal bugs and spider mites
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Temperate plants, those native to regions with four distinct seasons, may naturally drop their foliage in autumn. Examples include bald cypress or maple. Evergreen trees, from temperate
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Sounds like a classical case of over watering.Bonsai trees,by their diminutive nature require a minimum. of feeding and watering.Suggest carefully removing from the pot,check if the
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November. It depends on your latitude and altitude but generally soon after the first freeze in fall, in October or November in North America.
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In your case I would say it's because of wind shed. The leaves on the top of the tree are much more exposed to wind. Embed Quote
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