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Friday
Feb292008

:::Prune Japanese Maples:::

Prune Japanese maples in winter, while they are dormant, removing any dead or damaged branches. They adapt well to pruning and are easily thinned and sculpted to accentuate their graceful shape. You may prune further to control the size, or create the shape which suits your landscape needs.

Fertilize in spring with 10-10-10 (slow release) around the dripline of the tree ( the dripline is usually the canopy of the tree measured down to the ground) Make sure you water thoroughly after fertilizing!

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