Tamukeyama Japanese Maple
Tamukeyama Japanese Maple

Tamukeyama Japanese Maple


Amazing Accent Tamukeyama Japanese Maple Tree Elegant ‘Lacecut’ Purple Red Leaves Grows Well and Keeps Its Color in Shade Stunning Red Winter Bark In Production For 300 Years The best gardens create a sense of movement and mystery. The Tamukeyama

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Amazing Accent Tamukeyama Japanese Maple TreeElegant ‘Lacecut’ Purple Red Leaves
Grows Well and Keeps Its Color in Shade
Stunning Red Winter Bark
In Production For 300 Years
The best gardens create a sense of movement and mystery. The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum var. dissectum) will give you both and more!
The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple Tree is a garden designer’s favorite because of its texture, deep red leaf color, size, and cascading habit. It has been in production for over 300 years, a selection from the Kobayashi Nursery of old.
This lovely cascading maple covers itself in finely cut, delicate leaves. This outstanding foliage earns this beautiful deciduous tree its nicknames, Laceleaf and Cutleaf Maple, because its leaves are finely textured and deeply lobed. These long and narrow leaves are as elegant as lace. And its plum-color shines all spring into fall, which adds to the overall visual impact.
This delightful tree takes on a breath-taking, weeping shape which is quite dramatic and impactful. And these branches droop all the way to the ground.
How to Use Tamukeyama Japanese Maple in the LandscapeThe mounded Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is perfect for containers or raised beds beside koi ponds or walls because its branches will extend downward beyond its trunk. This creates a mounded effect and brings romance and mystery to your landscape.
The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is a true statement tree. You and your neighbors will be amazed by its rich red foliage color, so plant it where you can admire it daily.
Great as a focal point in the landscape or in a bed with mixed perennials. The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple’s cascading branches, weeping habit, and compact size make it ideal for almost any garden. Of course, it’s especially beautiful in an Asian-inspired garden. But feel free to use it in any setting, from rustic to contemporary.
Remember that no Japanese Garden is complete without an Acer Palmatum Dissectum included. The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple is the perfect variety to do the job.
This is a beautiful tree in early spring and all through the growing season. But the fall color is simply spectacular when the leaves turn a mix of red, purple and bronze.
#ProPlantTips for CareThis slow-growing dwarf maple will only reach a maximum height of 6 to 10 feet, but its delightful branches will cover about 10 to 12 feet, width-size. Tolerant of both hot and cold conditions, this hardy selection can adapt to a wide range of climates.
Plant your Tamukeyama Japanese Maple in the sun or part shade beneath a taller tree where it will receive afternoon shade. You can also site it in an eastern exposure, where it is often difficult to find specimen plants to feature.
The Tamukeyama Japanese Maple requires a slightly acidic soil with good drainage and high organic matter to thrive. If poor drainage is suspected, mound your tree 12 to 18 inches above the soil line.
The Tamukeyama requires moist soil and will benefit from a 3 to 4 inch layer of mulch spread out to 3 feet from the outside of the canopy. This helps to keep the root zone cool and cuts down on surface evaporation.
This Japanese maple variety will do well in full sun in climates with higher humidity. Although tolerant of heat in dryer climates, give it protection from the hot summer afternoon sun. Protect this variety from high winds as well as this will cause leaf burn of the lacy foliage.
Minimal pruning is required to get the beautiful form of the Tamukeyama Japanese maple. Occasionally pruning may be required to check the spread of the tree and can be performed easily.
This is one of the best red varieties for holding its color even in the heat. The tree is known to leaf out later than other Japanese Maple selection, thereby avoiding the late freezes of some areas.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to turn heads and make a statement with a Tamukeyama Japanese Maple. It will add a professional flair to any landscape with its wonderful hue, size, and texture. Order today!
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.