Acer - Japanese Maple

The Japanese Maple is an elegant deciduous shrub or small tree that is native to Japan and Korea. It is known for adding beautiful texture to the landscape with its finely cut foliage that boasts extraordinary color with cultivars from chartreuse green to deep burgundy and shades in between. Japanese Maples can be grown in full to part sun in any well-drained soil. Pruning is rarely if ever needed, making it easy to care for. Hardy in zones 5-8, Japanese Maples are best placed in a protected site in cold winter areas. They make lovely specimen plants and will be the star of any border or foundation planting. Japanese Maples can typically grow 10-25 feet high and wide, but there are many dwarf varieties available that will grow 4-15 feet.

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