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Genus-Species
Acer Palmatum

Container Height
4-6 ft.

Landcape Height
7-10 ft.

Growth Habit
Weeping

Leaf Shape
Lace-Leaf

Suitable for Bonsai?
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Color
Spring- Red
Summer- Red
Fall- Red

Coldest Zone
5
Warmest Zone
9

Japanese Maple- 'Tamukeyama'
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Tamukeyama Japanese Maple
Buy This Item Country of Origin: Japan- 1710 (the oldest of all the Japanese maple cultivars we sell)
Awards
:"Gold Medal" from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
Color: Most experts feel that 'Tamukeyama' is the most sun resistant of all the Japanese maple dissectums.

Acer Palmatum - 'Tamukeyama'

'Tamukeyama' is one of the older Japanese maple cultivars with records dating back to the year 1710. This beautiful tree has outstanding foliage color throughout the seasons. Tamukeyama's new foliage is a deep crimson-red when unfolding but soon turns to a dark-purple red. It is an excellent shade of dark red that holds until late summer. Its fall color is a bright scarlet. Experts claim that in the state of Oregon 'Tamukeyama' holds its deep color better than any other cultivar. Growers throughout the United States say that this cultivar does well in both heat and humidity. This hardy plant has a strong cascading form. Tamukeyama reaches 5 to 7 feet in height in ten years. This cultivar is considered by many to be the best, and the connoisseurs choice in red dissectums. Awards: Gold Medal from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society.

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