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Blood orange tree leaves curling

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ElleW starts with ...
Hi, hoping someone can help me out here.

My blood orange tree doesn't seem to be healthy. The leaves are curling (folding inward) but they're still generally green in colour.

We've had quite a bit of rain recently in Melbourne so that may have contributed to the problem but I've noticed the curling happening since this summer.

Can anyone help me figure out what's going on with my tree and how to fix it?

Thanks in advance!
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David01 says...
Hi ElleW,

If you live in Glenroy then you don't have much rain last summer except June 2019. It looks like your Orange leaves curling causing by lack of water from last Summer and continue now. The rain last month won't change the situation. You need to water more often in next spring and Summer then the leaves will be back to normal. Cheers
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