Do you have any pictures? What kind of tree? You should not be watering to schedule. When did you repot and root prune last? Are you giving it fertilizer? Have you closely inspected the tree (or roots) for pests? ......Malik wrote:I bought a Bonsai Tree about a year ago and have been watering it twice a week. Its a very large tree about half a meter tall. It stays in my living room and has been doing really well, however, it has started loosing a lot of leaves. They are not turning yellow or brown, they're still green and look fairly healthy but are still falling off the tree. Can someone explain what's wrong?? It's lost about a 3rd of it's leaves in just 2 weeks!
You must first upload your photos to a image hosting website such as imageshack.com or photobucket.com. Once uploaded copy the img code (it will have the similar symbols as below) and paste the code directly into the text.Malik wrote:I have not repotted or pruned the tree since I bought it, but the advice I was given was that it probably wouldn't need it just yet as I only had it a short while. I don't tend to water on schedule, usually when I feel that the soil is very dry which is usually twice a week. Through the summer months I was feeding it with Bonsai feed once week, and recently I've been doing this ever 2 weeks.
I've taken a couple of pics, just need to work out how to post them?
I'd recommend moving it regardless (has this tree thrived before at this location during the winter time?) and take it out of the pot and look at the roots for pests or to see if it has become rootbound by chance.Malik wrote:It is by a door but it's a double glazed door and lets no draft through at all.