japanese maple garnet

Acer Palmatum Dissectum ‘Garnet’

laceleaf Japanese maple Garnet

This charming laceleaf Maple has a weeping rounded habit. It is a slow grower, prized for its foliage. Garnet is perfect as a specimen plant in small gardens, rock gardens and containers. Deeply cut leaves emerge red-orange holding its color into summer before turning red in fall.

They work well in beds, small yards, patios, and containers.

Height: 6′ – 8′.

Width: 8′ – 12′

Exposure: Morning sun to part shade (protect from hot afternoon sun).

Fall Color: Crimson-orange-red.

Water: Water regularly in rich well drained soil. Use mulch for moisture retention. Do not let them dry out especially while the tree is being established.

Fertilizer: Use a slow release fertilizer. Be careful not to over-fertilize resulting in burned-out shriveled leaves.

Pruning: Prune lightly to shape, removing crossed and rubbing branches. Excessive pruning, especially in the summer heat, can damage the branches.

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