Feeding Japanese maple - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by woolmsl
May 29, 2006
How often do I feed a Japanese maple tree?

Answer from NGA
May 29, 2006
Unless the growth or leaf color is poor, regular feeding isn't required. You may want to mulch around the base of the tree with 2-3 inches of organic material to slow water evaporation and to provide nutrients to the surface roots of your maple while it's young. Apply mulch in the spring, keeping it a few inches from the trunk of the tree. If you do decide to feed your maple, spring is best, just as new growth begins.

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