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Discussion in 'Nurseries and Growers' started by Eastcoastlawnman, Feb 1, 2017.
was it in a cage or clay ball?
ya a good size clay ball must have needed some serious manhandling
Timing is the most important thing. Before any buds open...early the better. Catch it while dormant.
Use of Wilt-proof or similar product to help slow moisture loss.
If you can wait a year....root prune to help develop structure.
Have at it Skippy.
And oh...pruning of branches to balance out the loss of root structure.
Please excuse my ignorance for this question.. but I have been told that jap maples are an expensive valuable tree .. how true is this?
They're expensive because they are slow growing, olny as valuable as the owner deems them to be. I've cut several down that were replaced by cheaper material.
as knox said they grow slow especially the weeping varieties and some cultivars are less common =higher price
Bloodgood are common and not too valuable IMO.
A nice cut leaf I have seen sold for $ 4000 and have seen better.