Why Is My Bonsai Losing Leaves?

Answer

Your Bonsai is losing leaves because it is a deciduous tree that is poised to shed its leaves in winter and autumn. This does not however happen if it is kept in warm surroundings. It is recommended that the tree is left to grow naturally and shed leaves as part of its natural growth.
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