JAPANESE MAPLE: A Slow Grower that's Worth the Wait!

Japanese Maples are ready!
Have you been wanting a Japanese Maple but haven't pulled the trigger because they are pricey? There is a good reason for the high cost - they grow slowly. As with any plant or tree that grows slowly, the grower must include every year of care into the price. So now, you can be the grower!! We have small Japanese Maples that you can plant and grow into mature and very valuable specimens. These smaller sizes are also great for giving as a gift.

Japanese Maples at Bountiful Gardens
Smallest Japanese Maples in #2 Pot - $45
'Crimson Queen'
A low-branching, dwarf tree with a delicate, weeping form. The foliage holds its beautiful crimson color throughout summer and can turn bright scarlet in autumn. Sun-tolerant in cooler regions, where sunlight intensifies the foliage color. Well-suited for use as a container specimen

'Red Dragon'
The deep dissection of the beautiful purple leaves produces an attractive lacy appearance. As fall temperatures cool, the foliage transitions to a bright, apple red color. This graceful, small tree creates a stunning focal point or accent for lightly shaded gardens, patios, and entryways, and is ideal for containers. 

'Inaba Shidare'
Cascading, but slightly more upright than other dissected-leaf form varieties, with outstanding reddish-purple color that holds well all season. Fall color tends to be a brighter red than other selections. An excellent accent under larger trees, near a water garden or in container.

Medium Japanese Maples in #3 Pot - $75
It displays beautifully cascading branches with large, finely cut green leaves and golden fall color. A choice small tree for garden accents and containers in full to part sun in cool climates, dappled or afternoon shade in extremely hot areas. 

Japanese Maples in #5 Pot - $120
Looking for a Japanese Maple with more height? A Bloodgood Japanese Maple might be perfect! Attractive foliage with burgundy red coloring turns brilliant scarlet in fall. The interesting red-black bark provides striking interest in winter. This slender, airy tree is well-suited for use as a small lawn tree or for patios and entryways. One of the hardiest of Japanese maples, with good sun tolerance. 


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