Repot Katsura tree into a larger pot using a soil based compost such as John Innes No 3, and grow on in cool conditions until large enough to be planted in its final position. When Cercidiphyllum japonicum is well grown, transplant into any non alkaline, rich, moist but free draining soil. Incorporate plenty of well rotted manure or compost into the soil prior to planting. Choose a position in sun or dappled shade with shelter from cold winds.
Feed and water katsura tree regularly until fully established. Once established, katsura require little attention except for the occasional removal of damaged, diseased and misplaced shoots in late autumn and winter. Cercidiphyllum japonicum tends to naturally form several main stems, however it may be trained to have a central leader if desired.
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By Paul Gough 17-04-2015
arrived as 20 inch trees in April 2012 and kept in large pots.
They are now 5 foot high multi branched trees that have been planted in the garden, with no pests, diseases or nibbled leaves making this a specimen tree with leaves that change with the seasons. Beautiful.
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Surviving the extreme NE of Scotland weather
By Maureen O'Neill 31-05-2014
Liviing just south of John O'Groats and battered by the east winds from Siberia, I was sceptical about the hardiness of the Katsura tree. However, the two I bought have come throught the winter (left out in the weather to survive or perish) and are now growing away nicely.
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