Plants: Acer palmatum 'Atrolineare' - Japanese Maple

Posted by 17.07. 2008 10:53:11 (21948 readers)

Small, slow, narrow tree whose deeply divided leaves appear string-like. New growth is purple-red. Autumn colors are usually a good yellow. Growth habit is upright, opposed to the dome topped cultivars Red Pigmy and Villa Taranto. Exquisite and unique form of the Japanese Maple.

Acer palmatum 'Atrolineare' - Japanese Maple

Graham Stuart Thomas says that this "would be my choice if I were restricted to one Japanese Maple." 6-7 in ten years -10-12 tall eventually. Also makes a geat bonsai! When choosing a location, keep in mind that this tree has a slow growth rate. It grows up to 8 feet in height and 8 feet in spread. It can be planted in zones 5 to 8. Prefers well-drained soil that is rich on organic material and full or partial sun. The tree you will receive is growing in a gallon pot and is about 12-18" tall.

Mature Spread: 8 feet
Mature Height: 6 to 8 feet
Hardy zones: 5-8
The tree you will receive is growing in a gallon pot and is about 12-18" tall.
Full or partial sun

Publisher: Hirt's Gardens
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