SpecificationsAcer palmatum, commonly known as the Japanese maple, is an incredibly popular ornamental choice for both domestic and commercial customers. This deciduous tree produces brilliant displays of colour through the seasons. In spring the foliage begins as green deepening to a burnt crimson in autumn. Tiny blooms of red to purple flowers will also appear during spring. This tree is ideal for small gardens and is an attractive feature tree situated along streets and pathways as the root system is compact and non-invasive. Plant Acer palmatum in an area shaded from hot afternoon sun and sheltered from winds, with moist but well-drained soil. Acer palmatum is frost hardy. Water regularly while establishing the tree. Acer palmatum can be pruned to the desired height or shape and is well suited to keep in a pot as a small specimen tree or for the art of bonsai. Acer Palmatum can grow up to a height of 8 metres and a width of 4 metres.
Common Name Japanese Maple Plant Type Deciduous, Outdoor, Perennial, Tree Dimensions 5-8m high x 2-4m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Flower Colour Purple, Red Foliage Colour Crimson, Green, Red Flowering Season Spring Botanical Genus Acer Botanical Species palmatum Flower Type Cyme Foliage Type Palmate - Like A Hand With Fingers Width 400 cm Height 800 cm
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