Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Garnet’)
Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple
Not too big, not too small, but rather the perfect size for you and your garden!
The Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Garnet’) is known for spring foliage that is red-orange coloration that takes on the look of a garnet gemstone.
In the fall, the foliage becomes a vibrant red color that steals the show.
This deciduous shrub has large, deeply cut foliage that in the spring, produces cute, petite, purple samaras.
This medium-sized deciduous shrub grows up to 6-8 feet tall and about 8-12 feet wide. The height and width make for a great filler in your garden, leaving plenty of room for perennials to rest below it.
Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple has such a prominent coloration year round that makes it amazing as a specimen plant. This maple tree is the queen at being the center of attention.
Planting this upright maple tree in partial shade to full sun with well-drained soil is necessary for it to grow to its mature size.
Using mulch around the maple tree can allow it to have even moisture and requires less labor for you, not to mention it makes for a remarkable contrast against the vibrant red tones.
|Common name||Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple|
|Botanical name||Acer palmatum dissectum 'Garnet'|
|Height||6 - 10 ft.|
|Width||8 - 12 ft.|
|Sunlight||Full Sun, Partial Shade|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||Late Winter|