I have recently [SEARCH]transplanted a Japanese Maple[/SEARCH] from a house I bought to my current house. I know the time of year isn't right, but I had to save this tree from the bulldozers. The transplant was 3 weeks ago. At first it wasn't doing so well and I feared it was a lost cause. I was watering it regularly. Then it rained and all of a sudden the tree sprouted new growth. Now it is not doing so well again. I have attached a pic. I have read all the previous posts on this topic. I particularly appreciate the insight from Rima and mgh. There are no bugs or disease. I suspect that I am either overwatering or underwatering (how can I tell?). I douse it once per day for 5-10 minutes. I also suspect that there is too much light, especially in the late afternoon. The shadier side seems to be doing better than the other. What can I do, if anything? I really appreciate your help. This has become a top priority for me, but I know nothing of gardening. B.