Japanese Maple Trees

Transplanting a Dwarf Weeping Japanese Maple

dmo6019 added on November 25, 2015 | Answered

Can a dwarf weeping Japanese maple be successfully transplanted in late November in zone 5 (Indiana)?

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Answered on November 26, 2015

Fall to late winter is the best time.
Dwarf Japanese Maples are pretty easy to transplant but do grow slowly, so make sure you are putting it in it's permanent home, moving it to often can kill it's root system.


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