Maple - Japanese Tamukeyama #5 Pot

Grown since the early 1700s, Tamukeyama Japanese maple is a small, weeping, red laceleaf Japanese maple. Leaf color is reddish-purple in spring and summer, turning to crimson red in fall. The mounded, weeping tree grows 6 to 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide, making it a perfect specimen plant for small gardens. Not only will your Tamukeyama Japanese Maple look exceptional, but it's virtually fuss free. The tree can handle almost any soil as long as it's well-drained. Water regularly during the first couple of years, but avoid wet feet. An established tree can handle long dry spells and drought without any issues. Although this type of Japanese maple loves the sun, it’s best to give it dappled afternoon shade in the south. Also, protect it from cold winter winds in the north. The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is a tree you will treasure for years to come. 

USDA ZONES: Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8