Japanese maple (Acer Palmatum) Reviews
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by - written on 05/12/09, updated on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Many of us are familiar with maple trees, and the sight of them often brings up thoughts of pancakes and maple syrup for Pancake Day. Their tall slender forms are common in woodland and gardens around the world. Less well known to many, but now often seen at nurseries, is the dwarf maple, acer palmatum, aka the Japanese maple. This is actually a small tree that is often also classed as a shrub, as it remains quite compact in size. Its average height when allowed full growth is only about 6-10 meters on average. They also do well treated as bonsai, and have thus been used for centuries. They are native not only to Japan, where they are known as momiji, but also to parts . Read the complete review
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Only around in Spring
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Its tiny size makes it a pretty inconspicuous pot plant
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Often overlooked, may not grow to its best advantage if neglected
A pooular plant
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The sting - ouch!
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