Transplanting Japanese Maples?

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To transplant a Japanese Maple tree, do so in the spring. Make sure the tree is not too old as it will have extensive roots. The size is important to determine if equipment will be needed in the move. Prune before moving.
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1. Move your Japanese maple tree in late February to early March, when it should be dormant. If possible, move the tree the winter before transplanting it.Dig with a shovel three
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Very early spring, or very late fall, even winter, to be safe!
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1. Choose a Japanese maple. There are many possible choices because a number of different forms of the Japanese maple have been cultivated over the last few centuries. The Japanese
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All Japanese maple cultivars are produced by grafting, so seed-grown trees may not have their parents' characteristics. Though each cultivar differs, Japanese maples generally grow
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