• Description

    Known for the silver hairs covering the emerging foliage in early spring, this old cultivar is a great addition to any garden. Although originally found in Japan, 'Dissectum Nigrum' was named in the Netherlands in 1938. Spring color is dark red and holds well into the summer in most areas but does bronze before turning an attractive olive green rather quickly in hot climates. Fall color is bright red. This is a large irregular mounding dissectum with personality.

    About Nigrum

    Common Name: Japanese Maple
    Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
    Growth Rate: Slow 1"-6" per year

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