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What is the name of this Japanese maple cultivar? Thank you.
Everything..particularly the Japanese Maple
Botanical name: Acer palmatum; many cultivarsCommon names: Japanese maple; many cultivarsUSDA zones: 5-8Water requirement: RegularSun requirement: Soft
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Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
Your japanese maple is gorgeous, how do you keep them so nice?
Japanese maple The mounding red leaf form is the quintessential Japanese maple that immediately comes to
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best in areas with morning sun and
water (1 inch per week).The mounding red leaf form is the quintessential Japanese maple that immediately comes to mind. Popular cultivars include the older
Japanese Maple + Oversized Antique Urn
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Japanese Blood Grass. Restrain in beds.
Japanese blood grass border, little to no care when in large bed.
leaves include red Japanese blood grass (above) as well as iresene cultivars, Chinese toon, Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin, Japanese maple, purple barberry
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass makes a grand statement and requires little to no care when
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass
What kind of Japanese maple is on the left?
Japanese Maple, there are many varieties.
that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple. His name is due to the intense orange color they usually get during fall and earlier spring. Japanese Maple take a lot
The Japanese maple is a native woodland tree. The lush green color of the ferns and similarly arching silhouettes layer beautifully with the tree while
Temper balance and symmetry with imperfection. The Japanese maples on either side of the path, in addition to providing a bright spot
other element draws the eye to this spot, from the vivid red canopy of the Japanese maple tree to the stepping-stone path.
Is this a Japanese Maple Tree?...Japanese maple tree (the red one)
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Japanese maple (Acer palmatum), lovely with the gray - tree as sculpture
Japanese maple in a courtyard or interior yard
smaller gardens would not be the same without the benefit of trees.Shown: Japanese maple (Acer palmatum)More: 5 Best-Behaved Trees to Grace a PatioNarrow
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Japanese Tea Pavillion
This Japanese Pavilion is located in the Duke Gardens in DURHAM, NC (Not Raleigh). If someone could make this correction, that would
I have a Japanese house in Michigan, presently Cedar roof, looking for the best material to replace it.
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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
foliage such as the clipped box spheres and the Japanese maples used here in this Sydney garden.
bursts of color, thanks to a blend of Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum', USDA zones 5 to 8), Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla var. japonica
and plants with lovely foliage such as the clipped box spheres and the Japanese maples used here in this Sydney garden.
Japanese maples - do they grow here?