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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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The falling of leaves depends on the environmental factors and the genome of the tree. Most trees such as the deciduous trees, lose their leaves to conserve moisture and energy over
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Listen, they stay alive forever. Falling leaves hit the ground and are gradually biodegraded by bacteria etc, and eventually form leaf mould, which helps enrich the soil. (That's
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