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 6 years with me
There are further photographs of this plant
Tips on growing Japanese Maples from seed
Tips on planting Japanese Maples
Leaves are a rich deep purple red in spring and early summer, turning dark green
The frost brings red-crimson tones. Veins are green. Lobes carry the purple colours.
A tall round headed shrub type tree of some 4 meters
Autumn colour is scarlet red