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In an earlier question about this plant after it first arrived in the house it seemed to be in quite good condition with even foliage and quite nice shape. Clearly it has taken a turn for the worse. A reason for consideration is humidity in the air. From the design of the window in the room the area might call for some domestic heating, even though outside ...


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Sporadic watering is more likely the issue. Drying out a bonsai plant will lead to leaf drop. Plants do have a natural rhythm on when they need water, it slowly increases in spring and slows down slowly in late summer/fall. Once, you figure out the rhythm it becomes easier to predict when to check to see if they need water. Remember bonsai dry out much ...


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