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How tall does fireglow maple get?

How tall does fireglow maple get?

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Botanical Pronunciation AY-ser pal-MA-tum
Average Size at Maturity Reaches 6-10 ft. tall and wide in 10 years; to 20 ft. tall, 15 ft. wide with age.
Bloom Time Inconspicuous; prized for foliage.
Design Ideas Plant where the fall foliage will be back-lit by the sun for superb effect.

How fast do fireglow Japanese maples grow?

Fireglow is smaller compared to Bloodgood. Its size after ten years is 8-10 feet in height and width. So it is a compact maple that grows 0.5-1 feet per year.

What is a Fireglow Japanese maple?

Fireglow Japanese Maple is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form. This is a relatively low maintenance shrub, and should only be pruned in summer after the leaves have fully developed, as it may ‘bleed’ sap if pruned in late winter or early spring.

Where do fireglow Japanese maples grow?

Location: When choosing a location for your maple, find a location that offers full to partial sun. In warmer climates, morning sun with afternoon shade works best and in colder climates, they’ll prefer a more full sun exposure. Maples thrive better in well drained soil.

Do Japanese maples have a tap root?

Root Type. Although some dwarf Japanese maple varieties can grow 6 feet tall, their root system is not a mirror image of the canopy. For outdoor specimens, maples grow roots slightly deeper as they age, but do not form taproots or vertical root systems.

How tall does a dwarf Japanese maple get?

about 3 to 8 feet
Dwarf Japanese maples are slow-growing, compact trees that grow to about 3 to 8 feet in height, depending on the cultivar. They tend to have small leaves, short internodes and profuse branching.

How close can you plant a Japanese maple to your house?

In general, a Japanese maple can be planted as close to a house as 10 ft. Find the mature width of your variety of Japanese maple, common varieties in the chart below, and plant a minimum of ⅔ that width away from the house.

Does a weeping Japanese maple lose its leaves?

Japanese maples do lose their leaves. Typically, this beautiful maple will shed its leaves after the fall in November and December. Whether your tree is dropping leaves in the summer or winter, the soil and conditions around it can make a huge difference.

How do you care for a Japanese weeping maple tree?

Plant the maple and water in with eco-seaweed. Spread an organic mulch around the base to keep weeds at bay and retain soil moisture. Ensure regular deep waterings especially in the warmer months until it establishes. Japanese maples naturally maintain a nice shape and so rarely require pruning.