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Genevieve Cherry Sours
  • Tillamook, OR
  • United States
  • USPS
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"yes, that could be quite possible.  You may want to have a Certified Arborist take a look at it."
Jul 1, 2011
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"I planted a yoshino cherry tree in memory of my Lab Bo Diddley. The tree is 2 yrs old & I planted it 2yrs to the day of putting him down."
Jun 28, 2011
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Sad Maple Tree

I have a red Japanese Maple Tree that is in full sun and a windy part of the garden. I don't know where to move it to get it to be happy and grow. It was here when i moved in 7 years ago and it was 2 feet tall. It's still 2 feet tall. Please help me if you know what I can do for it. Thanks so much,
May 31, 2011

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horse back riding, gardening, decorating my house and yard, collecting horse figurines, plants
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I have a red Japanese Maple Tree in full sun and in a windy part of the yard. It has been there for 7 years and has not grown at all. I don't know where to move it to get it to grow.

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Sad Maple Tree

Posted on May 31, 2011 at 6:07pm 0 Comments

I have a red Japanese Maple Tree that is in full sun and a windy part of the garden. I don't know where to move it to get it to be happy and grow. It was here when i moved in 7 years ago and it was 2 feet tall. It's still 2 feet tall. Please help me if you know what I can do for it. Thanks so much,

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At 5:19pm on July 1, 2011, Paul Ries said…
yes, that could be quite possible.  You may want to have a Certified Arborist take a look at it.
At 12:12pm on June 2, 2011, Neil Norton said…

Hi Geneivere,

Also transplanting an older tree that might be struggling could be too much of a shock for it

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At 12:50pm on June 1, 2011, Paul Ries said…
Hello Genevieve, there are a number of varieties of Japanese Maple, and many of them are designed to be very small. So it could just be a cultivar (cultivated variety) that is designed that way.  You might check with your county's OSU Extension office and see if a Master Gardener can help you.
 
 
 

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