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Posted 1w ago by @AgileChaya

My Puka tree is not doing so well. 2 days ago all the leaves just dropped and I noticed she had an aphid infestation. I cleaned her with lots of water and a tiny bit of dish soap but she doesn't seem to be bouncing back. She's had lots of water so I thought moving her to a spot with more sunlight might help. Any advice?
I would keep it out of direct sunlight but directly beside the window. Or provide filtered sunlight to make sure it doesn’t burn the leaves.
Did you recently β€œfeed” the tree at all? Is this the same as a Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree?
Ok I will try that. I have only feed it water. The leaves are very similar to a Fiddle Leaf but a Puka or Pukanui tree are a NZ native.

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