Acer palmatum are deciduous small trees and shrubs, with opposing five pointed leaves, native to Japan, China and Korea. There are at present hundreds of varieties in cultivation. Palmatum species are separated from other Acer species within their genus by way of their 5 pointed leaves.
|Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’ – best for holding its red-purple foliage color all Spring and Summer when placed in full sun, lightening to a vibrant red-orange in Autumn, and maturing to 15′ tall by 15′ wide|
|Botanical Name:||Acer palmatum
var. atropurpureum `Bloodgood`
|Hardiness Zone:||5 – 8|
|Bloom Time:||July – Oct|