can i plant a japenese maple(acer palmatum bloodgood) in the same spot as one died



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    There’s no reason not to, unless the other tree died because of a localized problem with the soil, fungi, or pests. The only foreseeable problems would be a difficulty in rooting, if the previous tree’s roots are still buried. Otherwise, you should be fine. You can always call a local tree nursery and ask them if you’re uncertain on anything.

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    Also, if the previous maple died because of climactic conditions (too cold, too dry, too much hot afternoon sun), make sure to prevent its death from the same source again.

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