Help! My ficus is wilting unusually.
I acquired a ficus plant (that was going to be thrown away)for free from a garden center in December 2010. The plant seemed fine until about a month ago (March). It has started to wilt one branch at a time slowly, but progressively, across the plant. Now all of the foliage that is still alive is on one side of the plant. I've had to cut all of the dead branches on the other side. The plant isn't loosing leaves, but some of them are wilting and just hanging there. Some of the remaining leaves have a paler green or discoloration on their margins. Could this be a virus or nematodes? Any suggestions on what I should do (other than throwing the plant out)? I have a picture of the plant and it's leaves to submit as well if you need more information, but I haven't figured out where to post it here.