Leaves have a life span and eventually die.
Why are my bonsai leaves falling off? There are only a few reasons a bonsai tree would be dropping leaves. The most common reasons for your bonsai dropping leaves are overwatering, underwatering, lack of light and possibly even your tree has a disease. A lot of beginners are extremely paranoid about their bonsai tree, and new hobby, dying.
Overwatering is a common reason when the indoor Bonsai is planted in poor soil that retains too much water. A few months of overwatering will lead to root-rot, only visible in the tree losing strength and dropping its leaves.
Avoid watering all of your trees on a daily routine, until you know exactly what you are doing.
You should water only when the soil gets slightly dry and once the tree does better, repot it in better stumpfall.clubted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Mar 25, According to Bonsai Primer, common causes of falling bonsai leaves include natural leaf shedding, inadequate light and excessive watering. Inadequate lighting is a particular problem with indoor bonsai. Leaves have a life span and eventually stumpfall.clubted Reading Time: 2 mins.