maple tree problems, and transplants

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Posted by Jaynie on June 18, 2003 at 17:15:19:

I have transplanted several trees,(last fall and early spring) some maples, some dogwoods.The maple leaves are seem smaller than they should be. Is this due to root adjustment,and new location? My tulip poplars leaves are also very small. Also, on most of my dogwoods, they look like they are dead. I transplanted those later, with some leaves on them, they now have no leaves. Some have some leaves growing from the bottom. Should I assume the rest of the tree is dead, or wait a season and see what happens? Thanks, Jaynie

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