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Leaves are curling on orange tree

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The gigi starts with ...
Hi,
Our tree is a few years old, has produced four oranges, which were on tree at purchase from nursery. It was doing so well, and over the last few days the leaves have started curling. It has beautiful white flowers on it, which are starting to die and fall off. What am I doing wrong here! I want this tree to live. We’ve given it nutrients provided by the nursery of purchase, please tell me what I need to do?
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2nd April 2021 12:35pm
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Jaraed says...
I see what you mean with the leaves curling but I wouldn't be concerned yet just keep an eye on it if it gets worse and is accompanied by leaf drop or leaf discolouration. In terms of the flowers falling off they do that naturally and sometimes quite quickly other times you get flowers for a bit longer. If the fruit is still on the tree the flower has done its Jon.

I certainly wouldn't be worried about the tree dying it looks healthy despite the curling, could be a change in temperature or moisture, can't see any evidence of pests.
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