I have a Sango kaku coral bark that is probably around six feet tall. I am renting so I need to put it in a container for about a year or two. (Hopefully after that I can put it in the ground when we have our own home.) I have read and read and can not figure out what size pot would be right to put it in. I know Japanese maples have shallow root systems and I hear that you shouldn't start with too big a pot because it can cause it to have wet feet. Any suggestions on size would be good for the next year or two?
This post was edited by dragonfly_field on Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 14:12