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Japanese Maples (Acer palmatum).Very ornamental, slow growing, small deciduous trees or small to medium size bushes which need a sheltered position protected from cold winds, especially from the east. They make perfect specimens for virtually any garden, are generally pest free, disease resistant and heat and humidity tolerant, and as their beauty increases with age, to plant one or more is a worthwhile lifetime investment.
To prevent leaf scorch to their filigree leaves plant in a position out of the early morning sun. Acers prefer a rich soil which is acidic to neutral, moist but free draining. If planting in a container an ericaceous compost or John Innes No. 3 is best used. Tiny purple-red flowers are produced in spring, these being followed by red winged fruits in late summer.
A beautiful mound-forming variety, with arching shoots which make a delicate specimen in the ground or an attractive container shrub. Very
finely cut feathery leaves with 7 to 11 deeply incised lobes which are green in spring and summer turning beautiful gold in autumn.With its compact, structural shape it makes an excellent specimen for woodland gardens or shady places in a garden, but not in full sun. Height up to 3ft (90cm), spread to 5ft (150cm). Special offer on 3 Litre Japanese Maples - buy 2 for £40 - saving £9.98.
Pg = Pot grown.
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