japanese maple pixie

Acer Palmatum Dwarf ‘Pixie’

Japanese Maple Pixie

Japanese maple Pixie is a dwarf maple similar to Bloodgood but maturing at half the size. Their maroon leaves retain their color throughout the summer then adding more red tones as fall progresses. It’s a superb specimen ornamental which must be planted in a location sheltered from the hot afternoon sun and strong winds.

Height: 6′ – 8′.

Width: 5′ – 6′

Exposure: Morning sun.

Fall Color: Burgundy-red.

Water: Water regularly in 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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