Japanese Maple Trees

Deep Freezer Composting


Codart8 added on November 26, 2017 | Answered

This season, here in Ontario. We noticed many species of tree went to seed, and also did not leaf out fully. Including our normally very healthy Japanese Maple. Now that late November is here and most other Maples have dropped their leaves, our tree has dropped nothing. Instead they have all turned a pale rust colour and are clinging to their branches. What should I do? Or will this occurrence rectify itself in the spring? Thank you.


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BushDoctor
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on November 26, 2017

This is no cause for concern, and is actually quite normal. Was there a question about composting that didn't get mentioned? The title was about composting. Was there another question that needed to be answered?

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