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I planted my Acer last year and it over wintered OK. I have now found out that despite the fact it appears healthy it should not have been planted in Alkaline earth. Can I now replant it in a large pot with suitable compost and if so when can this be done.
I LOVE this plant/shrub/bush - it's beautiful. We have a concrete garden and are making nicer with planters/pots. Can this plant thrive in a pot and is it possible to maintain it at quite a small size?
what is the cause of a shiny sticky substance on the new leaves of an acer suminagashi and, if appropriate, how is this best treated? There are no obvious signs of any pest on the leaves.
is this plant suitable for a sunny south facing corner of a small London garden and if so would it be appropriate to plant now (in mid November)