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Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is the best laceleaf for colder climates. The foliage is serrated and reddish maroon in color. Fall color is scarlet red. Its branching structure is very complex and interesting for winter exposure. Acer palmatum dissectum 'Tamukeyama' was first noted in the literature in Japan in 1700s, a testimony to its staying power.
|Common Name||Laceleaf Japanese Maple|
|Zone||5-8 View Zone map|
|Growth Rate||Plant grows 6-8" per year; 4ft tall and 5ft wide for low grafts and 6 to 8ft tall and 6ft wide for high grafts.|
|Sun/Shade||Full sun to full shade|
|Care||Japanese maples prefer moist well drained soil. Allow the plant to drain in between watering. Generally you do not want to water a Japanese Maple daily. The only exception would be during the hottest part of summer if you are establishing the plant. Never spray the foliage of the plant to water it. This has a tendency to burn the foliage and make it unsightly, although it will not kill it. Always water at the base of the trunk of the tree with a slow trickle. Keep mulch no thicker than 2" deep and off the trunk of the tree. Fertilization is recommended, do not over fertilize!|