Q. Japanese Maple has burnt leaves

Need help when I give it sun direct sun this is what it looks like it's been out of the sun now all summer and it still has burnt leaves


This has been an extreme summer with very strong sun and high temperatures. Japanese maples do better in the shade. Recommend that you transplant the tree to an area where you do not get full sun, particularly between the hours of 10 to 4 to improve the condition of next years’ leaves.
Best to wait on the transplanting until winter or early spring.


  • Last Updated Jan 08, 2019
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  • Answered By Janet Evans

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