Maple Trees

Maple Tree

elizabethdoyle2013 added on November 7, 2016 | Answered

I have a maple tree that is over 100 years old and about 35 feet tall plus. As I was cleaning up around and under the tree and the surrounding area, I was amazed at the seedlings popping up and I thought I would try to pot some of them and want to know what would be best soil to use?

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Answered on November 7, 2016

Any quality potting soil will be fine. As for fertilization, compost is preferred, because conventional fertilizer can burn tree roots.

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