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BOTANICAL NAME A CER PALMATUM
PRONUNCIATION AY - ser pal - MAY - tum
COMMON NAME Japanese Maple
Life Cycle Deciduous Perennial
Growth Habit Tree
Height and Width Height 3’ - 20’ Width 10’ - 15’ Upright/spreading
Leaf Shape and Size Palm Shaped Length 2” - 4” Width 2” - 5”
Leaf Composition Simple
FLOWER Summer (May - June) Small cluster; purple
FRUIT Fall 1/2” samara
EXPOSURE Part shade
DESCRIPTION Leaves are lobed depending on variety Sinuses reach more than half way to middle Doubly serrated
DESCRIPTION Color of foliage green to red Buds - small buds on end of stem - matched pair
ZONES 6 - 8
NATIVE OF: Japan
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