Acer palmatum


Position- Part shade.
Size- Varied depending on variety. Upright ones are generally around 4-5m tall and 3-4m wide. Weeping ones are anywhere between 50cm and 2m tall.
Foliage- Can include red, orange or green leaved varieties. Loses leaves from late autumn to early spring.
Conditions- Leaves can be easily spoilt by harsh sun or strong wind so sheltered position is preferred, they thrive in well drained, rich soil.
Type- Deciduous.
Our varieties include upright varieties such as Atropurpureum, Blood Good, Senkaki, Shaina, Fireglow, Yasemin, Seiryu and Shishigashira and weeping ones such as Waterfall, Viridis, Orangeola, Chantilly Lace, Emerald Lace, Inaba Shidare and Heartbeat

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Common Name(s) Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum

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