Japanese Maple Trees

Japanese Weeping Maple Trees

fasold23 added on April 1, 2017 | Answered

When and how to fertilize a weeping Japanese Maple tree?

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Answered on April 5, 2017

Japanese Maples are light feeders.
When newly planted you can mix in compost with the soil.

In the spring you can use a light fertilizer in early spring.

Older trees can be fed a 13-13-13 fertilizer approx 3 weeks before new growth in early spring.
A large tree should take 7 tablespoons of fertilizer, a medium size tree 3 tablespoons and a small tree 1 tablespoon.

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