We have red maple and red Japanese maple trees. During the summer they are turning green and they didn't use to do that. A few years ago I saw an ad in a magazine for something that said, "how to keep your red trees red." I saved the paper but I can't find it. Do you know of something that can be put around the trees? Maybe a fertilizer or some kind of food or something? The trees are not young trees. They are in the sun. They just started turning green the last few years. If you could give me any ideas, I would appreciate it. I live in north central West Virginia.
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We are not aware of any product that would change the leaves of a Red Maple or Japanese Maple Tree.