These pictures show the different colours of this plant at varying times of the year
REMEMBER that all Japanese Maples prefer a slightly acid well drained soil with a constant moisture content.
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The Plant at 1 year with me
There are further photographs of this plant
Tips on growing Japanese Maples from seed
Tips on planting Japanese Maples
The bright pea green colour of the bark of this cultivar is its outstanding feature.
It will become a spreading-topped tree of about 3 metres as it matures
A new addition for me in 2005, and still a small tree