Why Is My Bonsai Tree Turning Brown?

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There are a number of things that could be making your Bonsai tree turn brown. You may be not watering the plant enough as it should be kept evenly moist. You might also be not be exposing it to light. The tree could also be suffering from an insect attack or a fungal attack.
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