I recently inherited a small forest of Japanese Maples about 20. Most are little more than seedlings about 5 of them are large enough to be material.
I have some experience with redwoods, plumbs, elms, and a few other trees. But I have never worked with Japanese maples. My question is where do I start? I don’t really have a notion of the schedule that these trees keep. When to prune, repot (some of them had to be repotted and I have done so) fertilize etc. and so on.
I’ve been through the library here and, unless I missed it, there isn’t really a definitive beginner video. “These are the basics you need to know about Japanese Maples” sort of thing.