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Question by  HawaiianGirl (6906)

How do I take care of a Japanese pagoda tree?

Are they hard to take care of?


Answer by  ggp (33)

The care of this tree is easy but like all trees should be planted well to ensure success. They are best grown in moist, acidic soil and do well in an urban setting. Start it out well with fertilizing, mulching and watering for future success.


Answer by  Herb (20)

The Japanese Pagoda tree prefers full sun with well-drained, fertile soil. Tolerant of heat, drought and pollution, it's easy to care for.


Answer by  ShantelB (104)

Make sure the Japanese pagoda tree has plenty of sun, fertile soil, and moisture. It should not be hard to take care of.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

First plant it in full sun and in a area that will give it lots of room to grow. It can grow about 60 ft high. It needs lots of water, but you can't overwater.


Answer by  dieharfen (15)

Japanese pagoda trees are relatively easy to take care of as long as you take a few precautions. They do best in zones 4 through 8 and can tolerate adverse conditions such as heat and drought. Plant it in a sunny location and it will grow rapidly!


Answer by  jennycountrysidegirl (96)

A Japanese pagoda tree is not hard to take care of. Plant it in an acidic moist soil and conduct yearly maintence of watering, mulching, fertilizing, staking, and pruning.

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