I've had it for 7 years and in the last 2-3 months it has been losing all of its leaves. In an attempt to save what is left of it, I transplanted it today into a larger pot with fresh organic soil. i think, looking around online, i've overwatered it. also i had the top of the soil covered with rocks. When i removed them all to transplant, the soil was very moist. The last time a watered it was about 3 days ago. The tree (well mostly sticks at this point) is over 5 feet tall and the root system was very small. They didn't seem to be rotten. I've trimmed most of the branches down, with a few left that had healthy leaves. The base stems are still green when i scratched it (all the way up until the top 1/4)
Does my tree have any hope of rebounding? Should I trim it down more?
I didn't water it when I transplanted it today, the soil was pretty moist already, should I?
It used to be a large beautiful tree. Any advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! I've had this tree for so long, i'd hate toss it! (I have pic but are unable to upload them yet)