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Jan 03, My olive tree started to show signs of distress - half of the leaves curled inwards, a few started to fall off - some turned yellow, some fell healthy and green, some turned brown at the base, close to the branch, and then fell off.

Also the leaves have this weird shiny spots that are a bit sticky when I touch them - I thought it were scale insects, because we have a little infestation because of my. Feb 27, My immediate thoughts as to why your olive tree is losing its leaves - is because your tree is in shock - but not due to the fact that you re-potted it - but due to the change in its environment - for the simple reason - that Olive Trees are very definitely outdoor plants only and although they will sometimes survive if grown in a cool conservatory with plenty of sunlight - they rarely cope with the Estimated Reading Time: 11 mins.

My fruitless olive tree's leaves are curling and falling off on one main branch? The rest of the tree is fine. The tree has been in ground on a berm for about two years. It was growing fine and it was looking like a bush, so I had a tree service prune it a year ago. During this winter we experienced a hard freeze so I attributed the dead leaves.

Dec 14, Olive trees with dry, falling leaves may be suffering from water issues or a disease. Olives are not prone to many diseases, but there are a few that can cause defoliation and drying leaves. Water. Anyway, I have a sweet olive tree that I planted about a month ago. It's maybe 2' high right now and looks great, overall. However, once a new pair of leaves grows out, the pair(s) underneath it are curling up and shriveling a bit.

It's never the top leaves, only ones below.

I'm in southern LA so the tree gets plenty of water and is mulched. The leaves have now stopped curling upwards, and some of them are now beginning to curl downwards (in accordance to normal olive leaf behavior:D).

Looks like the tree is health, thanks guys! (tl;dr for follow up: Don't use miracle grow on trees.).

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