DescriptionThe leaves display a remarkable array of colors, but the twigs are a distinctive copper-orange color in winter too! The somewhat open and sculptural branching pattern creates a sculptural look even once the leaves have fallen. The foliage on this laceleaf Japanese maple emerges with orange and red highlights. In summer, the green and burgundy leaves develop orange-red margins and contrast with red new growth. In fall, the lacy, dissected leaves become bright orange once more.
About Jeddeloh OrangeCommon Name: Japanese Maple
Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
Growth Rate: Slow 1"-6" per year
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