Japanese Weeping Maple Care: Tips For Growing Japanese Weeping Maples

By September 1, 2017Articles

Japanese Weeping Maple Care: Tips For Growing Japanese Weeping Maples

By Teo Spengler Japanese weeping maple trees are among the most colorful and unique trees available for your garden. And, unlike regular Japanese maples, the weeping variety grows happily in warm regions. Read on for additional information about Japanese weeping maples. About Japanese Weeping Maples The scientific name of Japanese weeping maples is Acer palmatum var. dissectum, of which there are several cultivars. The weeping variety is both delicate and supple, bearing the lacy leaves on branches that bend gracefully toward the ground. The leaves of Japanese weeping maple trees are deeply dissected, much more so than regular Japanese maples with erect growth habits. For that reason, Japanese weeping maple trees are sometimes called laceleafs. The trees rarely get taller than 10 feet (3 m.). Most people who plant Japanese weeping maple trees look forward to the autumn show. Fall color can be bright yellow, orange and red. Even when

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