crispy leaf edges on Orangeola
I live in the Denver area, and I purchased two JM's (Orangeola and Yuri Hime) about a month ago. I was told the Orangeola would do fine in full sun. It is currently residing in a pot in a shaded area until I plant it in the sunny spot in October. It seems to be doing fairly well, but the edges of some of the leaf are getting crispy and dying (I think that is what's happening). The entire leaf is not affected, and not all of the leaves are affected by this. I am hoping someone could tell me what may be happening. Does it need more sun? Am I overwatering? I'm not sure it matters, but the Yuri Hime seems to be doing fine. Please help, because I love my trees and I don't want them to die on me. Thank you in advance!!!