Crimson Queen Japanese Maple
Crimson Queen Japanese Maple

Crimson Queen Japanese Maple

$49.69

Captivating Crimson Queen Japanese Maple Bright-Red Crimson Leaves Smaller, Upright Privacy Shrub Low-Maintenance All Hail the Crimson Queen Japanese Maple! One of the prettiest of the maple trees with its captivating beauty of bright-red leaves

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Captivating Crimson Queen Japanese MapleBright-Red Crimson Leaves
Smaller, Upright Privacy Shrub
Low-Maintenance
All Hail the Crimson Queen Japanese Maple! One of the prettiest of the maple trees with its captivating beauty of bright-red leaves that cascade elegantly.
The Crimson Queen Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’) only used in landscaping just for their endless beauty, but because they are smaller than most maple trees.
They typically are small in size usually between 8-10 feet and are good for filling gaps between other trees and shrubs.
Using this deciduous shrub as a small privacy is ideal and commonly used for that. This plant also is quite independent and loves being the center of attention as an ornamental shrub.
Planting the tree along the driveway to your house will make you and your guests feel as if they’re driving through an enchanted forest with beautiful red tints.
Unlike most queens, the Crimson Queen Japanese Maple is very low-maintenance and requires little attention if planted properly.
The love between this plant and the sun is mutual, so planting in full sun with well-drained soil is ideal. To ensure that this plant is given even moisture we suggest a nice 3-4 inch layer of mulch over the roots keeping it away from the plant’s stems.
Although this Japanese Maple Tree is fairly hardy, the mulch can also prevent pests and diseases from harming its beauty.
Live like royalty with the Crimson Queen Japanese Maple in your landscaping, by ordering today at Nature Hills Nursery!
Single Stem, Multi Stem, Shrub Form, Oh My!Before you buy, make sure you know what you’re getting! Single stem, multi stem and shrub forms are different so read a bit about which we’re currently offering below.
Single Stem: These are plants that have one stem coming from the ground. Plants can also be considered single stem when lower branches are removed to raise the height of the branching. Sometimes, you will hear a single stem referred to as Tree Form.
Multi Stem:These are plants with 2 or more stems planted together in the ground in close proximity to form a clump. There are times multi stems are formed by a tree that branches at the soil line with more than one main stem.
Shrub Form:These are bushy plants with many stems and branchings close to the ground. They are referred to as shrubs or bushes and are often shorter than their tree forms.