Japanese Maple - Too late to repot?
I've just started out in container gardening. I rent the house I'm living in, so I'm trying to get some landscaping without investing in something that I can't take with me.
I just purchased a small Bloodgood from Home Depot about a week ago. Not knowing any better, I brought it home and simply put the rootball in a bigger pot and filled around with some potting mix.
Then I started doing the research that I should have done in the first place...
I like the idea of the gritty mix I've been reading about, and should have all the ingredients in the next week or so. I've even found a wholesaler in Memphis, TN that carries Turface MVP and I should be able to get it through a local nursery that they supply.
Now, the real question. The maple is ~3ft tall, has leafed out very well, and looks great so far. Is it too late for me to completely wash the roots and put it in fresh gritty mix?