Japanese Acer Palmatum-Leaves scorched/burnt

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Post  AlainK on Mon May 23, 2016 4:17 pm

It depends where in Iran...

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Post  armankhan on Thu May 26, 2016 10:51 am

well yeah.
in my continet its warm and hot.
damn....
well the leaves and major small sticks are now dried.
shall i move it inside home its cool and moist near the window between other plants.
or i shall accept death of my tree:(((

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Post  Anitasfarm on Fri May 27, 2016 1:46 am

Hi Arman - I'm sorry to hear your tree is not well. But moving it in an open van probably did a lot of damage to the leaves and caused the initial drying. Always cover live deciduous trees if driving with them in leaf, with plastic or fabric. If it is healthy and kept well afterwards, it might resprout, so there is hope... but if the small twigs are already dead too, it is unlikely. Still possible, as long as the trunk is alive (shows green in the cambium and doesn't seem crisp or wrinkly). But not good to be kept indoors - it is not a tropical houseplant but a temperate tree which needs seasonal dormancy. I am very surprised to find this species even being sold in your area! Is it common? I hope it was not a rare thing for which you paid a lot of money.

Good luck to you and your tree.

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