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Red Filigree Lace Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum 'Red Filigree Lace'

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Red Filigree Lace Japanese Maple

Acer palmatum 'Red Filigree Lace'

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Tolerates Acidic Soil

Botanical Name

Acer palmatum 'Red Filigree Lace'

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The Red Filigree Lace Japanese Maple is a wonderful specimen tree for that special place in your garden. It grows into a broad, mounded plant with cascading branches, creating a graceful profile in all seasons. The exceptional slender twigs form a lacey network in winter, but it is the very finely-divided leaves, with 7 slender lobes, that create the gorgeous filigree effect. The leaves open in spring a rich burgundy, and they turn to a darker maroon in summer, without greening. In fall they become a vibrant, bright red. All year this plant is remarkable, and it is among the very best and most select of all the dissected Japanese maples.

  • Beautiful mounded small tree with slender cascading branches
  • Very finely-divided lacey leaves
  • Leaves are burgundy in spring, maroon in summer and red in fall
  • Perfect tree for a focal point or special location
  • Leaves don’t turn green in summer, or in shade

Grow the Red Filigree Lace Japanese Maple in a sheltered place in zone 5, and in all warmer zones. It should be planted where it receives morning sun and afternoon shade, especially in warmer zones, or in the dappled shade beneath tall deciduous trees. The soil should be rich and moist, but well-drained, and the roots should not become dry. Use mulch to conserve moisture and keep the soil cool. This tree doesn’t usually suffer from pests or diseases, and it will become an outstanding specimen worthy of the best gardens.

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