I have a ficus microcarpa ginseng bought from ikea around 18 months ago which is kept indoors.
it dropped about 25% of it's leaves when I first brought it home but then had been thriving ever since.
I monitor soil moisture and water when required, adding plant feed approx 1 in 2 water cycles during summer and 1 in 4 during winter.
it survived the previous winter absolutely fine, but this time around 2 weeks ago it began to drop a considerable amount of leaves, many of them drying out and turning yellow/brown before dropping. I think around the time this happened the soil may have dried out a bit more than I usually allow it to do but as soon as I realised this I got the soil and moisture back as it should be.
however since then it has just continued to drop more and more leaves, to the point now where ever all of the bright green leaves are extremely delicate and fall of with just a slightest movement.
does this sound terminal? is there anything in particular I could try to save it?