Ficus Alii leaf spots and drop-wait some more or do something ?
I've had this ficus (assume it's an Alii) for a few months and have "shocked" it at least couple of times (once moving it home from Home Depot), then moving it from living room to a sunnier spot in the dining room, then repotting it (and admit that the pot may be a bit large), and so it has lost a lot of leaves...
So, my question is this. It was losing leaves at a really rapid pace for awhile and i thought it would never stop...(how long does this shock thing last?) and so then I declded that it might have been the leaf drop described by overwatering (which probably occurred when I repotted it.) because there were also brown spots.
Now it appears that I have all of the above... some new growth, a few leaves that are brown and crispy dropping, and a few that are green and supple but with some brown spots that are dropping (but at a much slower pace than previously). Much of the tree has brown spots on the leaves.
I have not watered this plant for at least 2 weeks, maybe more like 3.
So when I read about leaf spot from overwatering I am not sure if this is what it looks like, how long it takes to go away once I've stopped... or if this spot relates to some other issue that I need to address?
Am I destined to be a ficus killer? Qu'est-ce que c'est?
Could you kind souls look at these photos and provide some advice? click on the photo for more...
Ficus Alii Anticipation....
Thanks for the patience and therapy!