Acer palmatum in fall

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Acer palmatum in fall

By Liz Baessler Japanese maple trees are fabulous additions to the landscape. With dazzling autumn foliage and attractive summer foliage to match, these trees are always worth having around. They are something of an investment, though. Because of this, it’s important to make sure you have the right tree for your environment. Keep reading to learn more about growing Japanese maples in zone 7 gardens and how to select zone 7 Japanese maple varieties. Growing Japanese Maples in Zone 7 As a rule, Japanese maple trees are hardy in zones 5 through 9. Not all can tolerate zone 5 minimum temperatures, but basically all can survive a zone 7 winter. This means that your options when selecting zone 7 Japanese maples are virtually limitless…as long as you’re planting them in the ground. Because they’re so showy and some varieties stay very small, Japanese maples are popular container trees. Because roots

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