When Is The Best Time To Transplant A Maple Tree


Answer: The best time to transplant a maple tree is between late winter and early spring.

Question: What should I do if the number of leaves on my maple decreases?

Answer: If you notice that your maple has fewer leaves than you would like, it may be that something is wrong with the plant. You can try cutting out any branches that are dead or dying, pruning back some of the other branches to promote more light into the canopy, removing leaf litter around the trunk for better air circulation, or feeding your plant using organic fertilizer dusted directly onto its foliage. Don’t worry too much about this – most maples will periodically lose their leaves over time as part of normal life cycle!

Question: When should I trim my maple tree’s twigs and limbs? And what kind of tools do I need?