Norwegian Deborah Maple leaves turning brown on edges

Asked May 19, 2019, 5:43 AM EDT

I have a new Norwegian Deborah Maple about 15 meters high when I purchased it. It was newly planted in November 2018 and came from a reputable Nursery. I am just outside London, the UK so relatively cool climate. The tree produced an abundance of healthy green leaves and seed pods. The leaves are now turning brown at the edges are curling on about a third of the tree all over. I am watering the tree now twice a week but was only watering about once every two weeks before. What could be the cause and can I save the tree?

Outside United States

1 Response

Thank you for contacting g us about your maple. There are a number of
possible causes for the leaf browning. Unfortunately, it cannot be diagnosed from the leaf signs alone. You should speak with the nursery where you purchased the tree or perhaps a local favorite of horticultural society.

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