Is your garden ready for a focal point? Great design is all about color, form and movement, and this Japanese maple displays all three. Considered by experts as the most reliable and easiest to grow of the darker foliaged cut-leaf maples, Tamukeyama's deeply lobed plum-hued foliage is borne on a mounding structure that's more wide than tall, with branches that cascade beyond the confines of its base. Planted on a slope or in a container, its trailing habit leads the eye and captures the imagination. While the lacy foliage retains its intense burgundy shade all season in full sun, it will adapt to part shade with little loss of color. For centuries, savvy designers have used this Japanese maple for dramatic effect in the garden, and you should too. Acer palmatum disectum var. 'Tamukeyama'
Acer palmatum var. dissectum 'Tamukeyama"
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:6 - 8 feet
Spread:8 - 12 feet
Spacing:6 - 8 feet
Winter Care:not needed
Flower Color:red, purple
Foliage Type:finely cut, green. Fall color includes an often spectacular combination of shades of yellow, red, purple and bronze.
Pruning:Pruning is best kept to a minimum, but if needed should be done in late fall to mid winter. Spring or summer pruning often results in significant bleeding.