My money tree is 4 intertwined trees, 3 have died. Do I leave then there? or do I pull the dead ones and leave the live one?
It would be best to pull the dead ones if possible. This will cut down on the risk of infection. Here is an article on the care of these trees: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/schefflera/schefflera-plant-care.htm
I had a money tree about 18 inches tall and doing very well and then all of a sudden the trunks by the soil line became soft and rotten and the tree shed all it's leaves and died. What happened?
The soil remained too wet for too long. It is best to make sure that there is plenty of drainage, and that you only water when the top of the soil is almost completely dry. This will keep the problem from happening again in the future.
I've had this tree just over a month now. It was originally by a radiator but I moved it about a week after we started putting the heating on. I water it about once a week, being careful not to oversaturate it. I don't know if it's being unwatered or unhappy about it's positing, it's now placed somewhere where it gets light but no direct sunlight. But it's leaves are still curling (especially on the side facing away from the light source) and some of it's leaves have cuts in them. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
It appears to be wilting, from inadequate water. But rule out insect pest activity by inspecting the underside of the leaves. Some sucking insect pests like aphids will cause leaf curl like in the first photo.
Get a soil moisture meter to take the guess work out of watering. https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/soil-fertilizers/testing-moisture-in-plants.htm
I have had my money tree since the beginning of February. Recently it has started dropping its leaves and I don't know what is wrong. Can you please give me some advice. The leaves that are dropping are nice and green and it has new growth on it, but I am concerned because since Friday, it has dropped several of it's larger leaves all of which were green.
I had a family member with the same issue, and the problems were lack of light and needing fertilization. These are the most common reasons for the leaves to drop from the plant. You may use a half strength fertilizer just a few times per year, and make sure that the plant remains in a bright location with filtered sunlight. Direct sun can be a bit over-bearing for the plant.
Here is an article for more information on the care of the plant: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/schefflera/schefflera-plant-care.htm
It seems to have some sort of bug living in it
Without know the type of pest that you are referencing; Neem Oil would be a good treatment.
On my money tree plant some of the leaves are discolored an falling off why would this be happening?
This could be happening for a number of reasons. Could you include some more information about where it located, how much light that it receives, how often it gets watered, and most importantly, photos? This will help me to give you the best advice on fixing the issue. This can occur for quite a number of reasons, so it is important to know some details.
My money tree is oozing some sort of gummy or sticky liquid and it's full grown leaves are dropping and getting yellow. How do I save my tree? Thanks MB
This is likely from a pest infestation.
Treat with Neem Oil.