I don't know either but I have a dwarf pom. that did exactly what your leaves look like. I figured it was some sort of fungus problem and resolved to spray this winter.
The leaves are infected with a microscopic mite, an eriophyd mite. The leaves should be treated with neem early in the growing season as once the leaves start to curl its difficult to get the neem into the affected areas. This problem was discussed about two months ago at my bonsai club and the advice was given by a county extension agent.
Attila Soos;37902 Treating with [I said:neem oil[/I] may be a good solution for somebody with one or two small bonsai, but for someone in my shoes, where I have a 20 feet tall, fully grown pomegranate tree in my backyard, and another group of 25 small trees growing in the ground for future bonsai it would be impossible to cover my whole backyard with ten gallons of neem.
What is wrong with this pomegranate in the 1st and 2nd pic. The 3rd pic is normal leaves.
P/S: this is a little quiz, so feel free to let us know your opinion
Hi art-Rodriguez, you have a nice tree. Did it have any fruit up there? Bonhe
I think because the temparature in your area is not suitable for tropical tree, is it? My pomegranates have a lot of flowers and fruits from spring till winter! Bonhebonhe
my tree did not flower or bear fruit this summer.
the year before i did get one flower from it but no fruit.
i acquired this tree several years ago from roy nagatoshi from sylmar, ca.
I think because the temparature in your area is not suitable for tropical tree, is it? My pomegranates have a lot of flowers and fruits from spring till winter! Bonhe