Japanese maples trees are uniquely suited to grow in a container. These trees have shallow root structures and grow relatively slowly, making them ideal for growing in a confined space. There are some important factors to consider when growing Japanese maples in pots.
In this article, you’ll learn about choosing the proper container and soil, how to care for your Japanese maple, and tips for success.
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