The loss of leaves may be due to drought, a sudden change in temperature, or an insect infestation. Unless the tree has some serious damage, it should be able to recover. If you can’t figure out the problem, you could call a tree specialist to check it out.
Your tree could be suffering from leaf scorch, which is basially a tree’s version of sunburn. It’s a common problem, especially among maples.
Your tree should be deep-watered, and the wet soil should be covered with mulch to keep in the moisture. Refrain from fertilizing, since the nitrogen in fertilizer can enhance the symptoms of leaf scorch.
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