Japanese Maple Tree Did Not Leaf Out

My new, young Japanese maple tree (dissectum variety) did not produce any leaves, but I thought I had noticed a few tiny buds early in the spring, but nothing grew. Is it dead or will it survive and produce leaves next year?

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The tree was wrapped for protection during winter months, but I was careful not to harm any of the branches

By Lilian

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July 22, 20110 found this helpful

Sounds dead, if it was going to leaf it should have by now. When planting new plants, the first year it is very important to water daily. Good luck.

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