Japanese Maple Tree - Seed Grown - Compare to 'Bloodgood'
Acer palmatum var. 'Bloodgood'
Mature Height: 20 to 25 ft.
Mature Spread: 20 to 25 ft.
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These Japanese maples are grown from seed, which means they are genetically diverse from their parent. This can provide disease resistance and considerable cost savings, but also means that the trees are not perfect clones and will display some diversity in appearance. If you don't mind a little diversity in your life you should consider this tree, because for a low price you will definitely get the beauty of a Japanese maple.
The mother of these trees is a 40 year old 'bloodgood' Japanese maple, so you can expect deep-red to green-red leaves, a 20 ft. diameter spread, and a 10-15 ft. tall tree. A healthy tree will be chosen at random for you and you will have a unique Japanese maple that will easily rival the clones. A seed grown Japanese maple should be considered an investment. Even though they take time to grow, a mature Japanese maple provides additional property value and timeless beauty.
|Subtle bright red flowers
|Early to Mid Spring
|Bright red, orange, and yellow
|New foliage emerges blood red; darkens to burgundy/green with time.
|Genus & Species:
|Acer palmatum var. 'Bloodgood'
|Slow to moderate
|20 to 25 ft.
|20 to 25 ft.
|Adaptable, but prefers moist, but well draining soil that is rich in organic matter
|Full sun, partial sun
|5 to 8
General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.