Japanese Maple / Acer Palmatum

With its species alluding to the lobed leaves resembling a hand, Japanese maples (Acer Palamatum) from Japan, Korea and China have produced more than 1,000 cultivars.  It is by far the most prolific of all maples.  The Japanese have long appreciated the diversity of the Japanese maple's foliage and form and have selected them and named them accordingly.  Delicate, lacy in appearance, the Japanese maple is a stunning specimen for the landscape.  There is a Japanese maple for every taste in the garden.

Cultivation: Japanese maples perform best in rich, moist, but well-drained soil with shelter drying or freezing winds.

Acer Palmatum Disectum Varieties Available in 7 Gallon:

  • Crimson Queen

    • Height: 8' to 10'
    • Width: 10' to 12'
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Foliage: Red blooms
  • Green Seedlings

    • Height: 15' to 20'
    • Width: 15' to 20'
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Foliage: Medium green leaves. 
      Leaves turn orange/yellow/red in fall.
  • Orangeola

    • Height: 3' to 5'
    • Width: 6' to 8'
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Foliage: Varies throughout the year.
      Orange/red in summer, green/orange in spring and purple in fall.
  • Red Bloodgood Seedlings

    • Height: 15' to 20'
    • Width: 15' to 20'
    • Growth Rate: Slow
    • Foliage: Red throughout most of the year

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