Japanese maple tree - Knowledgebase Question

Independence, KY
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Question by phollihan
April 14, 2007
Do I need to trim off the branches that the frost effected on my Japanese maple tree?

Answer from NGA
April 14, 2007
As soon as you're sure the possibility of frost is over, prune off the damaged stems and branches on your Japanese maple. The spring flush of growth will probably cover up the pruning cuts.

Let's hope there are no more late frosts!

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