From Family Plot.
The dying limbs are probably a result of environmental conditions. Dixon Gallery and Gardens Volunteer Coordinator Tonya Ashworth outlines some of the causes of this problem. Most Japanese maples like a shady area, if they are planted in a sunny place they may have limbs that die. It could be drought, dry winds, sunscald, incorrect planting, or any of a number of other problems. If you can determine the problem, try to remedy it.
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