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It looks like it might not be getting enough sunlight, which makes sense because 3 hours of sun isn't very much for a part/full sun plant like a curry tree. Also the wilty leaf edges make me wonder if it's getting enough water, the soil certainly looks dry.


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Snow should not be a problem, and also some freezing: we had much snow this year, and sometime (every 10-20 years) we have also -10 degree centigrade, and anyway this palm is still a very invasive plant here. As Bamboo wrote in comment: the pot is cooling much more the roots. You should cover the pot with leaves, or with some garden sheet, or put the pot in ...


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It's hard to tell for sure what it is just from the pictures, but one of my pepper plants did the exact same thing. The leaves curled up just like that, they were even rigid enough in that position to hold water there. Whenever I hand pollinated a flower, a day or two later it fell right off and no pepper left behind. Long story short, what ended up fixing ...


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That is a dracaena , a very hardy tolerant plant. Possibly dry to cause the leaf curl. Have you changed something ?


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Well from the latest photos, it's clearly alive and survived its ordeals. What concerned me was your description of how you watered it while it was indoors... that is a very large pot, and likely the rootball only occupies much less than a quarter of the soil in the pot, so ongoing, make sure it is watered thoroughly when it needs watering,enough for the ...


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With a sharp knife gently scrape away a tiny bit of bark on one of the twigs (hold the blade at right angles to the bark - be gentle!). If you see green, the tree is still alive. If you see brown, try another twig. Green is alive, brown is dead. You can always practice this on another shrub in your garden that you know is alive.


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You were sold a tree that should never have been on the market. I'm guessing that the lower three feet were covered by a flexible white plastic tube, right? The purpose of this tube in a nursery is supposedly to equip the tree with protection from critters, but in reality it usually serves as a home for insects and a disguise for problems such as canker and ...


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It might live but is has been severely weakened by decay of the heart wood . The bark layers can keep it alive as water and nutrients flow through the various bark layers but it needs the center wood for strength. The decay will continue to develop.


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