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#94570 Jul 21st, 2007 at 02:50 PM
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Japanese Maple with curling leaves. I have a 3 year-old Japanese Maple which we decided to keep in a container in the house for one more year. We transplanted to a larger container with Miracle Gro potting soil. The leaves are turning brown starting at the outer tips and are curling. It is in a south facing bay window and had been very healthy until now. Can anyone give us some advice? granmudr

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Wrennie #96749 Jul 24th, 2007 at 10:46 PM
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Hello;

Welcome also....

Anyway... how much were the roots disturbed? I've
had some plants that would react to a transplant the
same way. This may not be your case, but the plant is
in a new home and is setting new roots,and the rest of
the plant may suffer for a while untill the plant
balances out...

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So this is an outdoor environment tree indoors?

That's what I seemed to understand.

Do you water enough to flush salts out that accumulate from fertilizers if you happen to fertilize? Or just enough to moisten and then some?


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granmudr #180473 Feb 10th, 2008 at 10:31 AM
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Japanese maples cannot be grown indoors. Also make sure that you are not overwatering. Make sure your pot is dry between each watering. I would recommend planting your maples under a shade type tree to potect it from the direct Sun after approximately 1 p.m.

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