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Shaina is an excellent dwarf growing red Japanese maple. It is reputed to have originated as a sport of the very popular ‘Bloodgood’ Japanese maple
The growth habit is upright and compact to 5’ in ten years, with lots of twiggy growth giving the branches a tufted look
The narrow pointed leaves are two-
These pictures show the different colours of this plant during varying times of the year
REMEMBER that all Japanese Maples prefer a slightly acid well drained soil with a constant moisture content.