Tamukeyama behaving wierd
So about 10 days ago, the weather started getting really nice in these parts...high 80s. All of a sudden, our Tamukeyama which we installed last year, put out much new growth. Out came beautiful buds and opening into tiny leaflets, and all. Suddenly it turned cold for a couple of days, then back to warm again.
However, the Tamukeyama leaves seem to be frozen in time. They are not plumping up anymore and are dropping downwards. I am pretty sure this is not their original size. Also, no more new buds, so the tree is so thin-looking.
Any idea why it would do this? We watered every alternate day last week, but decide to hold off this week suspecting over watering. I hope we didnt over water it.
Any suggestions to improve the Tamukeyama and get it back on track. Its located in the East-South-East of the house, so it gets direct sun until about 1pm.
I will post pics this evening.
Thanks much all.