The ‘Viridis’ Weeping Japanese Maple is a compact ornamental tree that looks great in tight spaces. It matures to a height of just 6-8 feet, so it can grow almost anywhere.
Looks great around patios, entryways, walkways, and corners of your landscape.
The Weeping Japanese Maple is one of the most desirable trees on the market. It’s a perfect accent for small yards and an excellent specimen plant for larger landscapes.
This charming tree will set your landscape apart from the neighbors’ with its unique features.
In addition to its beauty, this tree is well-behaved. It is a petite tree that grows slowly, so it doesn’t outgrow its placement. The Weeping Japanese Maple doesn’t have an invasive root system, so it can even be planted near foundation walls without causing damage.
The size is right for many homes, large or small. The Weeping Japanese Maple will eventually reach a mature height of about 8 feet with a slightly wider spread. The shape of the tree is reflected in the name; its branches gracefully droop for a weeping form.
Indirect sunlight is best for these trees. They need just enough sun to create the amazing color but not so much as to dry the roots or scorch the delicate leaves.
This elegant tree will add flair and grace to your landscape plans.